#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2009

Discombobulated

I think that’s a word, anyway.
And it certainly describes me, today.
I could NOT get to sleep last night, no matter what, partly because I couldn’t find my iPod and I’m addicted to my nightly book-listening time. (After searching three floors, I finally found the missing item right where I’d left it–on the stair railing in the entry way. ) Yikes.
It was four a.m. when I closed my eyes and six a.m. when the dogs and kitties, who had slept just fine, thank you very much, decided it was time to start the new day.
A nap?
I’ve

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More Fog

Fog words have been going through my mind this morning, since we have more of the stuff…

You might say the draw behind my house is fog-swathed–or fog-clogged–

This is what happens if I have too much free time.

Best get back to the story.

:)

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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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