#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2011

The Lull Before the Storm

The weather people are predicting another big snow. 8-10 inches are possible, so we’re getting prepared around here, as best we can. The other day, Buck took a tumble on the ice–he wasn’t hurt, thank heaven–and couldn’t get up. The Canadian Wrangler spread salt and gravel around him, and he finally got some traction and gained his feet again. Buck is one tough old Arizona horse, walking around the pasture in his bright green winter coat, and we’re all deeply attached to him.

I have been fighting a cold, and that kept me from writing over the weekend, as I’d

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Buckling Down

That’s what I’m doing, here on the Triple L. Buckling down to some hard work and crazy hours to meet my deadline.

Busy as I am, I make time for my art, because for me it’s a necessity.

I didn’t make that trip to buy the art magazines, though. The roads are pretty iffy these days–rain, to be followed by a freeze equals ICE. Lest you think I’m complaining, I’m not. My life gets to the white-water stage now and then, but that’s okay with me. Gets the adrenalin flowing. :)
Since I have no intention of taking up sky diving

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In the old times sometimes cowboys referred to beans as “Deceitful Beans” because they talked behind your back.

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