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Archive for March, 2014

Weight Watchers, angels and rocks

Weight Watchers results: down .8.  Not a huge loss, but I’m happy, as always, to be headed down instead of up.  :)  (At least when it comes to weight.  Bestseller lists are another matter.)  After the meeting, Jenni and I had lunch at one of our favorite places, Casa de Oro, which, obviously, is a Mexican restaurant.  I don’t know why I ever bother to check the menu in these places, because I always, but always, order the same thing: a chicken enchilada, rice and beans.  The great thing about WW is that I can still have my favorites–there are no

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I’ve been swamped…

Bless your hearts.   I’m so sorry some of you were worried about me.

I’m fine–I just ran out of day before I ran out of things to do.  :)

I’ve finally got a handle on the opening of CHRISTMAS IN MUSTANG CREEK–phew!  The first chapter is always a little more difficult than the ones to follow, I guess because I’m getting everybody on stage at the right time. 

I’m up later than usual tonight–I’m waiting for angels.  No, really.  I am.  :)

Here’s why: my good friend Joan sent me an interesting email, asking if I’d like to be visited by five

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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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