Monday, Feb 20

Within a very short time, I’ll have a new website and a new blog.  My Facebook page has been altered, too–lots of pix of the pets there, and more to come.  As I understand it, you won’t have trouble making the transition–all very exciting.  There will be contests and lots of fun things.

My main focus these days is the book–I’m loving it, though I did take the weekend off to restore my energies.  I had the house Feng Shui-ed on Saturday–very interesting process–and I’ll keep you updated on that.  I start a Photoshop class tomorrow night–long term goal, about to be fulfilled.  I’m excited–I’ve tried repeatedly to get into one of these classes and I finally made it.  YEEHAW!  Again, I’ll fill you in on the experience–I imagine it will be a challenge.  Photoshop is not something I’ve been able to learn via books or internet stuff–I need a real person to point things out to me.  🙂  Such is my learning style that I’ll have some trouble mastering the process, but then I’ll know it, solid. 

Art, on the other hand, seems to lend itself well to online learning, at least for me.  I watched a new video from, called “All About Faces”.  Julie F.F. Balzer, a very talented mixed media artist, is an excellent teacher.  Love it.

Bernicie and I took our walks over the weekend, as we will on this President’s Day–we saw four white-tail deer dashing through the woods at one point, and that was so great.  The horses sometimes put on a little show, too–especially my bad boys, Banjo and Traveler. 

I’m writing today, going for 10,000 more steps, walking my dog, and generally being grateful to–and for–all of you.

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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