#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2006

It’s a Madhouse Around Here!

We’re coping!
How did one woman manage to collect so many books?
So many knickknacks?
So many THINGS? I wish I had a nickel for everytime I’ve taken something off a shelf, or out of a drawer, and asked myself, “What was I thinking?”
I’m off to Spokane this weekend to take possession of the new house, visit my horses, and try to get acclimated to the weather change. Good thing I have all those fake fur coats–many two-litre pop bottles gave their lives to make that happen.
Do any of you live in Spokane?
I’ll be at Auntie’s Book

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Crazy in Cave Creek

The moving process is picking up speed. There’s a frenzy of sorting and packing going on–what to keep, what to give or throw away. There is an obvious allegory here!

One thing I’d like to throw away is what has become an almost constant litany with me. “I’m tired. I’m SO tired.” Is it any wonder that my personal energies are in flux, when I’m affirming that? Time to flip another thought-switch, gang.

Today is my youngest sister Pam’s birthday. She and Mom and I are all going out to lunch to celebrate. That will be fun! And tonight

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The stitching across the toe of a cowboy boot is called a toe wrinkle.

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