#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Craft Injuries

You have to be smarter than the hot glue. Alas, here I sit with two burned fingers, so this blog will probably be short. I have to keep dunking my hand in the bowl of cold water at my side. :) Undaunted, I WILL craft again.

And of course I will write, because that’s my job. I have a new appreciation for my fingers–they are really quite useful, all things considered.

Fortunately, it wasn’t my slot-machine hand. :)

Sadie is recovering beautifully from her surgery–hardly any limp at all and, thanks to her new dog diet–she’s lost about 5 pounds–she’s as spry as a puppy.

Gayle Mackie and Regina Winkler, if you read this, call me. I lost your cards.

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