I may burst into song…

Tuesday, May 08

Today’s weather is so gorgeous.  It makes me want to sing the whole score of “Oklahoma”.  (You do not want this to happen.)
One song I could burst into with impunity is Happy Birthday–to my gorgeous niece, Samantha, who is whooping it up in Las Vegas even as we speak.  🙂  Happiest of happies, sweetheart, and don’t talk to strangers.  🙂  You, either, Also Gorgeous Ang.  (Because Aunt Lindy said so, that’s why.) .
I had so much fun in Salem, I’m still getting over it.  I went to group yesterday afternoon, and did some finishing work on “An Outlaw’s Christmas”, but at some point all that shopping, eating and visiting caught up to me, and I really hit the wall.  Today, I’m well rested, with lots of plans and some items already crossed off my to-do list.  That simple organizational technique works so well for me, but I had to be on my medicine for a while before I could work up the energy to make one, let alone check things off.
Today I’m doing some Q&A’s I’ve been asked to complete, and a sort of preparatory meditation for “Big Sky River”, which is next on the docket.  I’m really ready to get started, but have to get some in-between things out of the way first–such as a haircut tomorrow.  As I’ve mentioned, my hair goes wild and there’s no doing anything with it once it’s past the point of no return.  Now that I’m being treated for ADD, it isn’t so hard for me to sit still for a couple of hours.  🙂
Jen is just arriving and Bernicie will soon be off on her first jaunt to the barn.  This makes the Yorkie more than happy, which of course makes all the rest of us happy, too.
That’s the kitchen table news for this morning.
Until tomorrow, be safe, be well, and be kind.

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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