#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2009

Happy Birthday Sally Jean!

Today is my “baby” sister Sal’s birthday–because I love her (and because she’s nine years younger than I am) I won’t tell you her age. :)

Sally is a beautiful woman, inside and out, and a great travelin’ buddy. We visited London and Paris last year, and Prague this year. Next March, we’re going to Barcelona (sunshine and warmth) and wherever else we can travel from there via train or bus. We are adventurous! Prague was beyond beautiful, and we had so much fun–you should have seen her face when we ordered lunch at an outdoor cafe near the city’s famous

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It’s So Good to Be Back

You never really appreciate something–in my case, internet service–until you lose it!

Things are perking right along on my part of this glorious planet–I’ve got two varieties of tomatoes and a zuchinni growing in my Tomato Tree, and the pines down in the draw are glowing with the richest, shiniest green imaginable. The lavender has already had to be transplanted once; I think it plans on taking over the whole deck.

I was in bed with a minor flu yesterday–I watched “The Strange Case of Benjamin Button” on my video iPod and really enjoyed it. (I’ll watch Brad Pitt do

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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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