#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for March, 2013

Here’s what happened yesterday…

I was all ready to write.

And then I was tackled by the flu bug that’s been after me since before I left for Florida.  This time, I lost the battle–ended up being a pajama-clad layabout, all the day.  Today I’m better, I am happy to say.

The weather has changed again–as it will do, especially in spring.  :)  I keep reminding myself that showers bring flowers and, most of the time, the tactic works. 

I have yammered on about “Downton Abbey”, haven’t I?  It’s the first TV series since HBO ran “John Adams” that could hold my ADD-challenged ability to

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Bathing in Sunshine

First order of business, my belated announcement of last week’s winner–Ida C, congratulations to you.

Now, for the Spokane weather report.  :)  Yesterday, we had wild, blizzard-like flurries of snow–today, sunshine.  I’ve been sitting outside on the deck this morning, soaking up the Vitamin D and loving every moment of it.  I walked around a little, inspecting the flowerbeds, heartened to see how big the daffodils and tulips are getting.  No blossoms yet, of course, but it won’t be long now.  And the grass is greening up nicely, too.

I’m into the new book, though I made several false starts.  :)  The

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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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