#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2008

Lake Blog

Mom, Sadie, Bernice and I are cozied in at the lake house. It is wonderful to be out here again, where it’s quiet. I was up extra early this morning–and that’s okay. I live at a different pace at the lake. And there’s always the nap option! Mom and I haven’t had much time together, due to all my travels and construction at the other place, so this is very nice.

Sadie and Bernice always have a little trouble adjusting–the windows overlooking the lake are floor to ceiling, and Sadie-beagle feels duty bound, until she gets used to the change

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OK, Linda, Enough Already!

No more talking about the diet, at least until I have numbers to report. :)

It’s beautiful in Spokane today–a delight to the soul. Since I need one more goof off day, I’m planning to: make phone calls, collage a little, and perhaps make a run to my favorite art supply store. Tonight, I’ll probably visit my nephew Mike and family for a couple of hours, out at the lake house.

The staff house is almost finished–how long have I been saying that?–and Mary Ann and Larry are eager to move in. Who can blame them? The place is gorgeous–I always

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.

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