#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2007

Sadie Report

She’ll be fine. We met with the surgeon this morning–cousin Mary Ann went along for moral support–and the doctor decided Say-Say needed surgery. She was able to get right in, and I’ll be there to pick her up in the morning, when she’s slept off the anesthetic. She was pleased to greet other dogs in the waiting room, especially the beagle! The doctor is an extremely nice man, and I had confidence in him immediately. He came highly recommended by Sadie and Bernice’s regular vet, Dr. Steve Bauer, whose opinion I greatly respect, so I wasn’t worried.

Chris-aka the Nazi

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All’s Quiet on the ‘Western Front

It looks as though this will be a quiet day. That’s good, because things have been mighty hectic around here lately. As I write this, Sadie and Bernice are snoozing on the bed. Sadie’s still got a hitch in her get-along, but she sees a specialist tomorrow morning.

Plans are underway to convert one of the guestrooms, temporarily, into an art studio and exercise room. I am so jazzed about that! As some of you know, I do collage and some polymer clay work. My first house in Scottsdale had a wonderful craft room, but here and at Springwater Station,

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.

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