#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2007

No More Stitches!

So far, so good. The stitches are history, but I have to wear the surgical boot for another two weeks. THAT I can deal with. I was supposed to wait until tomorrow to have that bath I’ve been looking forward to, but, uh-oh, cowgirls don’t always listen. You won’t tell, right? :) I dried the foot carefully and smeared it with antibiotic cream, so I figure I’m good to go.

And a busy day it will be. First lunch, with Sam and Janet Smith and two women from the local Humane Society, then a break for a few hours, then the

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Houston, We Have Sunshine!

I don’t know how long it will last, but I’m enjoying every sunny second of it.

I have a family reunion this weekend–nice to see the aunts, uncles and cousins, but my dad will be missing, so my feelings about this are bittersweet.

I sure have to hit the ground running tomorrow morning! Stitches out (halleljuah) at 7:30 AM, then on to the Albertson’s store in Liberty Lake, where I’ll do an interview, and later–between 3 and 5, sign books. I get to see my good friends, Sam and Janet Smith, and my sister Pam is in town for the

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.

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