#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2011

A Good Time Was Had by All

I’m back, as the old saying goes, like a bad penny.  :)

I flew over to Seattle on Monday and soon connected with my good friend Debbie Macomber at the beautiful Four Seasons hotel, where we dropped our bags, had a quick lunch, and lit out for Nordstrom.  :)  We both came out with lovely black raincoats, very nearly a match–our tastes have always been very similar. 

We did a little more power shopping, then decided to take in a movie.  We finally chose “Like Crazy”, supposedly a romance, and settled in in the nearly empty theatre for a good time.  Lucky

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Better Today

Except for what is probably a touch of stomach flu, I’m much better today.  Yesterday, I wrote a scene in the new book and finally caved in and called it a day.

Thanks for lending a cyber-ear–it’s nice to know you’re out there, though I do feel bad for whining.  I guess the song is right–even cowgirls get the blues.  :)

Then they get back on their horses and ride.

Weather is rainy, but the temperatures are mild, so plenty to be grateful for, now and every day.  I truly love my life, my kinfolks and many friends, my critters and

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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