And the beat goes on…

Tuesday, May 27

Well, our baby boy was born this morning.  We don’t know much more as yet, but we’re optimistic.  Our theory is that the little guy is a future President, and thus eager to get here, grow up, graduate from college and law school, and take up residence in the White House.  🙂
Aunt Billie is holding up well, too–they removed her breathing tube and she’s already fretting about the state of her garden.  Mind you, the woman turned 96 on May 5.  Can’t visit her yet, but I sent a couple of stones up with her son and daughter-in-law–rose quartz, the stone of unconditional love, and malachite, which is excellent for pain. 
I am sincerely thankful for your prayers and kind words.  You Parable folks are the best.
The weekend was both hectic and restful, if you can believe it.  As described in the last blog, the peonies are popping. 
Stay tuned for accounts of a new passion–I’ve discovered juicing.  🙂  (I’m always looking for ways to increase my energy level. 🙂  I still have lots of stories to tell!  Of course I’ll still be doing Weight Watchers–that’s a lifestyle.
Speaking of stories, the day has finally arrived.  THE MARRIAGE PACT is on sale just about everywhere.  🙂  (That resounding ‘yeehaw’ you’re hearing is coming from me.)
The gemstone of the day is green tourmaline–I’m wearing one right now.  It’s a lovely, rich shade of green–no emerald ever looked better.  Keywords, according to THE BOOK OF STONES (Robert Simmons and Naisha Ahsian, authors), are: healing, strength, vitality, and wholeness.  The aforementioned is my go-to reference guide, though I do own and consult other volumes.  While it’s important to understand the traditional meanings and properties of various stones, these are really just guidelines, jumping-off points.  Working with stones/crystals is primarily intuitive, once a person has a basic understanding. 
What I’m listening to: Penney Peirce’s wonderful FREQUENCY, a book so good that I’ve ordered a printed copy for my keep-and-consult-often shelf.  This is a deep subject, and will require some pondering.  Mainly, Ms. Peirce outlines the importance of governing one’s personal energy–our private freqency or vibration.
Apologies: I am having computer troubles again.  For whatever reason, the machine saw fit to swallow part of my initial blog.

About Linda

The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is a #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels, most of which reflect her love of the West.

Raised in Northport, Washington, Linda pursued her wanderlust, living in London and Arizona and traveling the world before returning to the state of her birth to settle down on a horse property outside Spokane.

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