#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2007

Friday—Again

Today, estimates from a plumber and a flooring company. (The campaign against carpets continues.) I’ve pretty much accepted that revising and polishing a completed manuscript will take precedence over writing a new one.

Not that I’m sad about that. But I’m one for taking the ‘bit in my teeth’ and heading full throttle for the finish line.

I read something interesting in a new devotional today. I want to process it a little, experiment a little, before I pass it on to you.

Have a good weekend. Those of you in the snow-slammed states, stay warm.

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Slow Start This Morning!

It’s snowing.
This has been one of those weeks where life kept happening while I was making other plans. Nothing bad, certainly–just busy things. A newspaper interview on Monday, lunch with Mom on Tuesday, picking up my new car on Wednesday, and today, another meeting with the builder, regarding the barn. I’m miles behind on my email. I have phone calls to return. I’m just getting over a flu bug, and a part of me would like to crawl back under the covers, swathed in Vicks, and just let the world go right on by. Of course I can’t do

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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