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Archive for July, 2012

On Second Thought…

Remember how I was so eager to write yesterday?  Well, one little thing got in the way.  My cough, which I thought was caused by allergies and fatigue from the big trip, turned out to be bronchitis instead.  Yikes.  So now I’m on antibiotics and determined to write today.

The travelogue continues:

New York, Day four (July 19)

As you know from yesterday’s bulletin, my cell phone took a header down an elevator shaft at the Waldorf and was never recovered.  Meaning, of course, that Jeremy and I set out first thing the next morning to arrange for a new

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Greetings from Sunny Spokane

Well, I’m still a bit under the weather, but so much better that I’ll be spending the day in Parable for sure.  :)  One of my favorite places to be.  Tomorrow, “Big Sky Mountain”, Hutch and Kendra’s story, will be released!  I can hardly wait for you to meet the new characters and enjoy catching up with Slade and Joslyn, among others. 

Day 3 of the New York travelogue:

I had breakfast with my good friend, Leslee Borger, at Oscar’s, a restaurant on the ground floor of our hotel, the Waldorf.  We talked and talked, a couple of cowgirls delighted to

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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