#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2010


I can hear the rare Santa Monica rain pattering on the roof top as I write this. I’m at Wendy and Jeremy’s place, having spent Christmas with them, and I slept in the loft room.

I feel completely restored–no trace of the pleurisy, thank heaven. We opted out on the planned trip to Disneyland and just took everything pretty easy.

Christmas was lovely. I did receive gifts–my daughter knows me and therefore picks amazing gifts. The best of all, though, was a donation to an organization digging wells in places all over the world, where the water isn’t good.


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Merry Christmas, One and All

I’m visiting family in Southern California and having the best Christmas ever!

I was tired when I arrived, and still a little ill with pleurisy, but I am recovering rapidly, with all this love. :)

I hope you’re all enjoying the holiday, as I am.

More tomorrow.

May you be blessed.

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