#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Sadie is Fine

Sorry it took so long to get to this blog. I’ve trying to catch up with myself all day. :)

Sadie-beagle’s vet checked her out, said she was in great shape for an old lady, and gave her some new meds. This was a very big relief–surgery would be dangerous for her, given some of her other problems. She’s been zonked out on her dog-bed, snoring away, since we got home–must be the pain killer. She was downstairs in the studio with me earlier, and I was puttering around, waiting, in case she needed help getting up off the bed in front of the fireplace. When I looked for her, she was gone–turned out she’d gotten bored with waiting for me and climbed the stairs on her own. I’m always the last to know. :)

Wonky weather today–snow, then hail, then rain, and now, snow again. At least we’re getting some variety. :)

Have been working on the outline for the new book, fleshing it out a little and generally gearing up for a whole new set of characters in a whole new place. I’ve also been playing with my new art journal, too.

There’s a pot of chili in the slow cooker, and plenty to be grateful for.

That’s the news.

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