#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Wishing you and yours a blessed Thanksgiving

I’ll post pictures of the double rainbows AND the dog as soon as I figure out how.  :)  I knew how to do that on Blogger, but WordPress is fairly new to me.  Margie is my daughter and future son-in-law’s dog, actually–and she’s a doll.  Bernice, my 12 year old Yorkie, takes a dim view of this busy puppy, and probably wouldn’t let her live here.  :)

Getting ready for a quiet holiday over at Wendy and Jeremy’s tomorrow–Mom may or may not join us.  (We’re not sure we can drag her away from her spiffy new walk-in bathtub, which is being hooked up today.)  Everything will be low-key–I envy the Canadians their earlier Thanksgiving, considering ours too close to Christmas.  I mean, you just finish the last of the soup and it’s time to roast another turkey.  :)

I’m planning to be a lay-about this weekend–I’ve downloaded season 2 of “Downton Abbey”, so I’ll probably watch every episode, marathon style.  That’s my idea of a good time.  I just love that series, and I wish there were more like it.  I’ve had it with “Real Housewives” of wherever–in fact, except for “Long Island Medium”, I rarely watch “reality” TV at all.

I promise to announce the winners of the ghost story contest later today.

Be blessed.


11 comments to “Wishing you and yours a blessed Thanksgiving”

      · November 21st, 2012 at 4:39 pm · Link


  2. Kathleen O'Donnell
      · November 21st, 2012 at 6:00 pm · Link

    Yes, we Canadians do enjoy our earlier Thanksgiving, but your holiday is good for us too.. We get to see a big parade, watch football and enjoy other holiday programing.. And I think when i am at lunch tomorrow with one of my BFF’s I will order turkey for my meal.. :wink:

    Wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving…

  3. Sara Lael
      · November 21st, 2012 at 6:52 pm · Link

    Happy Thanksgiving!!! Have a wonderful and relaxing weekend.
    Thank you for the Christmas card.
    Sending ‘virtual’ love your way! – Mike, Sara, Courtney, and Chandler.

  4. Shirley Wetmore
      · November 21st, 2012 at 7:55 pm · Link

    Have a great Thanksgiving Day!!! Your lay about weekend sounds good. I’ll have to try it sometime. :lol:

  5. Deborah Brown
      · November 21st, 2012 at 7:55 pm · Link

    You will be surprised. I had a elderly Yorkie when a battered young Greyhound found his way to me. Snuggles (as in Snugglepot and Cuddlepie – I am Australian) was all nip and growl at first and young Fletch was ever so tolerant! After a very short period of time they were the most unlikely of best buddies. Snuggles did not have a good start in life and so only lived to 16 years of age – youngish for a small dog – but am proud to say Fletch became an elder statesman at 18 years of age before the term of his life ended naturally. He in his turn became the elder sibling of more dogs to grace our doorstep. I am very fortuate that all animals in my possession have had wonderful temperments or maybe they just know I really love them – I hope so :-D

  6. Leslie Bell
      · November 21st, 2012 at 8:22 pm · Link

    Season 3 of Downton is due out in the US the end of Jan. I love it too!

  7. Debbie Koziel
      · November 21st, 2012 at 8:32 pm · Link

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  8. Sherry Wallace
      · November 21st, 2012 at 9:19 pm · Link

    Know what u mean about the two holidays being so close together. That’s why my family traditionally had turkey at Thanksgiving, then a honey ham for Christmas dinner. Plenty of yummy sandwiches to be made from both! Enjoy your family, Linda, and your down time :-)
    Blessings to all,

  9. Juanita Rice
      · November 21st, 2012 at 11:31 pm · Link

    A movie marathon sounds like heaven!! Hope you got to have yours without interruption. :)

  10. Debra
      · November 22nd, 2012 at 8:33 am · Link

    Laying about sounds wonderful! I agree that the two holidays are entirely too close. May you have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving!!!

  11. Lois Rotella
      · November 22nd, 2012 at 1:11 pm · Link

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am thankful for the blessings of my family and friends and that I am healthy. :-P :lol:

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