#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2005

Tucson and the Dalai Lama

Today, after spending most of 3 days flat on my back, full of antibiotics, I’m heading south to Tucson with some good friends to hear the Dalai Lama speak. I could not be more thrilled, as evidenced by the fact that I am willing to rise from the near-dead to go along on this little jaunt.

The women I’ll be traveling with are so interesting–this means you, Pat, Sandi and Marian–that I will probably get as many insights and ideas from the conversation as we travel as from the Dalai Lama himself.

I’m always up for a new insight. Something

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One More Thing

I know your giving budgets are probably strained to the max, but here’s a worthy cause, a little church in Mississippi. They’re trying to help people refill perscriptions, buy supplies, etc. I know even $5 or $10 would be a blessing to them. New Orleans is getting most of the media play, and God knows, it breaks my heart to see one of my favorite cities in such straits, but Mississippi and Alabama were hard hit as well, and we need to remember them.

Michael Memorial Baptist Church
15053 John Clark Road
Gulfport, MS 39503

Thank you for anything you

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The term “keep your ear to the ground” comes from literally putting an ear to the ground to listen for hoof beats.

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