#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2010

Fog Blog 3

Folks are dealing the the results of major disasters and not commenting on such tragedy seems wrong. On the other hand, the media news will cover the situation thoroughly, along with any new developments. So all I’m going to say about the earthquake in Haiti follows here: please pray for the people involved. If you can afford to help with a donation, however small, please do that. I’ve been trying to get through to the Red Cross to make a contribution, but the site seems to be on overload. I suppose that’s good news–lots of people must be logging on

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Discoveries

I continue to make discoveries, mostly related to arts and crafts at this point in my illustrious career (insert smiley face here)–but definitely spilling over into my writing. Color, texture, form and shape–these things enrich my entire life. The so-called failures are the most instructive, and exciting, of all.

Go figure. It IS possible to fail one’s way to success!

Yesterday, I wrote about aprons. Sister Sally sews like a dream, and she immediately suggested that we make some. I, on the other hand, sew more like a nightmare. But, hey, I’m game. I bought fabric for two aprons this

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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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