Making Friends with Murphy

Thursday, May 02

That seems to be the only option, since Murphy’s Law is running the show these days, at least here on the Triple L.  🙂  Nothing big, thank heaven, just things like having to stop everything, go downstairs and hunt up batteries for my wireless keyboard just when I’m REALLY getting into the book.  Or my internet service blanking out when I needed to write this morning’s blog.  Never fear–I’m back on target, and I actually got some excellent work done yesterday.  I’m determined, if nothing else.  🙂
As promised, here’s the info for my appearance at the Western Art Show on May 18.  I’ll be at the Kittitas County Event Center (aka the Ellensburg fairgrounds) from noon until five o’clock.  I’ll be signing books and chatting up a storm, not to mention buying art.  Several of the pieces on offer will be based on my stories, so I’m really eager to see those.  I will definitely find a way to post photos, so you can get a look, too.  Juanita, I really hope to see you there.
If you live in or near Seattle, I’m planning to attend the Daily Audio Bible Family Gathering on May 24–quick trip, as I’m flying in before the get-together and flying right back out again afterward.  Please note that I’m not on the program–I’m just another DAB listener, turning out to meet and greet.  Information on this event is available by emailing
I’ve chosen my “Writing Down Your Soul” winners for this week, and Jenni will be notifying both of you either this afternoon or tomorrow morning.  Congratulations in advance.
I’m having my physical tomorrow morning, and hope to find out what’s been dragging my energy down and correct the problem.  I do feel way better than before, fortunately.  I’m so thankful–like many people, I tend to take my health for granted, especially since I’ve never suffered any serious illness.
Alas, it’s a new day.  Let’s make the most of it.
Be well, be safe, and be kind.
And remember: there’s only one 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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