#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for February, 2011

Sadie is Fine

Sorry it took so long to get to this blog. I’ve trying to catch up with myself all day. :)

Sadie-beagle’s vet checked her out, said she was in great shape for an old lady, and gave her some new meds. This was a very big relief–surgery would be dangerous for her, given some of her other problems. She’s been zonked out on her dog-bed, snoring away, since we got home–must be the pain killer. She was downstairs in the studio with me earlier, and I was puttering around, waiting, in case she needed help getting up off the bed in

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Testing, Testing, one, two, three….

That’s what I did yesterday, between naps :)–I experimented with my art supplies. I need to heed the advice of one of my favorite artists, Pam Carricker, however, and learn to resist the temptation to try every single new product or technique that comes out. (Pam’s beautiful new book, “Art at the Speed of Life”, is available now, and I highly recommend it to anyone who shares my maniacal interest in all things paper, glue and paint… )

Yes, I do have a book to write. And I’m eager to start. But I found, after working long and hard on

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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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