#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2013

The Great Quilt Adventure and other stories…

I had a fantastic weekend in Oregon, with sister, Sally, and her family.  Soon as I got off the airplane, we headed for Ikea–I’ve never been to one before–and met niece Sam for some browsing and a great Mexican meal later on.  On Friday, as I predicted, we shopped for crafting supplies (like I need any more of those) and laughed a lot.  We celebrated nephew Jesse’s birthday–it was the 8th–with cupcakes baked and decorated by niece Angela and great-nephew, Jaden, who is seven.  On Saturday morning, we rose early and headed for Sisters, Oregon, site of the world famous

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Can you hear me now?

My internet service was an on-again-off-again affair for TWO DAYs, which is why I’m late.  That is, for once, it isn’t ENTIRELY my fault.  :)  (Okay, SOME of it was my fault–I tend to slack off a bit when I’ve just finished a book.)

I had my second acupuncture treatment yesterday and, I gotta tell you, I’m a believer.  I didn’t even know it was POSSIBLE to be that relaxed!  The needles didn’t hurt too much, except the ones in the ear, and that was a momentary thing.  This time around, I could really feel that energy (chi) circulating, big-time–especially through

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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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