#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2014

Mother’s Day and other stuff, too

Yesterday, we (Mom, my brother Jerry, sister Pam and her husband Jon, plus Wendy and Jeremy) celebrated a lovely Mother’s Day at one our favorite haunts, a restaurant called The Onion.  Pam and Jon live in Seattle, and Jerry traveled from his home near Ellensburg, and there was a lot of laughing and picturetaking.  :)  Only one sib missing, sister Sally.  (We missed you, Sal.)

On Saturday, Bernice and I had another adventure: we drove to Hobby Lobby instead of just going out to get the mail and make a sweep around the neighborhood.  I brought along a towel, a bowl

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Moving in slow motion

I do seem to be in Slow-Mo mode today–in fact, I’ve been that way all week.  Not sick, not especially tired, but just not very energetic, either.  I’m thinking it might be the weather–we get some lovely sunshine now and then, but the sky has been overcast, too, and the barometric pressure is surely low.  Being ultra-sensitive to energy, I feel these things.  :)  My get-up-and-go got up and meandered off someplace, evidently.

Oh, well.  It’s pretty much all good around here anyhow.

I AM enjoying the Molly MacRea mystery–and THREE SOULS.  That’s one to curl up with, on an

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.