#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Three Day Weekends, Etc.

Frankly, I think I need some time to get over all that relaxation. :) I made ATCs, I read, I messed up the kitchen, cleaned it, and then messed it up all over again. I listened to Neil Gaimon’s “American Gods” on my iPod–pretty dark, but fascinating. The guy can definitely write, but he also puts me in the mood to read “Rebecca of Sunnybrooke Farm” or “Anne of Green Gables” to cheer myself up. Fortunately, there was a new podcast from Craftcast.com, one of my favorite online hangouts, to shake off the gloom.

Except for a trip to the supermarket on Saturday morning and a run to Michael’s yesterday, I was home the whole time. Sadie-beagle is having leg issues–she’s better, but still worries me–and Bernicie needed a bath first thing this morning. (Don’t ask.)

There is a skiff of snow on the ground this morning, and the weatherman predicts an arctic blast for the end of the week. Have I ever mentioned that I get to missing Arizona profoundly around this time of year? :)

Today, it’s back to spinning yarns at my computer–thank heaven.

Stay warm and stay strong.

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