#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Herein Lies a Tale…

Yesterday, I was fighting the flu, and the flu was winning. The phone lines are down here at the Station, and I had a dinner date with an old friend, Louise, which I knew I had to cancel. I tried frantically to reach her by cell phone, but no luck. My cousin and household manager, Mary Ann, was going out on some errands, so I went along, to have comfort food for lunch, hoping that and some fresh air would help. I was still fretting about reaching Louise. What if she drove all that way, etc., etc.?
Well, what do you think happened????
Louise was just coming out of the one restaurant among literally HUNDREDS, where we stopped for lunch, when niece Jennifer spotted her! What are the chances of that? There are something like 3 million people in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area!
Coincidence?
I don’t think so.

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