#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2014

And the beat goes on…

Well, our baby boy was born this morning.  We don’t know much more as yet, but we’re optimistic.  Our theory is that the little guy is a future President, and thus eager to get here, grow up, graduate from college and law school, and take up residence in the White House.  :)

Aunt Billie is holding up well, too–they removed her breathing tube and she’s already fretting about the state of her garden.  Mind you, the woman turned 96 on May 5.  Can’t visit her yet, but I sent a couple of stones up with her son and daughter-in-law–rose quartz, the

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An overdue update

I’m really late this time, but I’m pretty sure you’ll forgive me when you find out why.

My aunt, Billie Wiley, was in a serious auto accident on Thursday, and she’s in intensive care.  Please pray for her.

While you’re at it, I hope you’ll lift up my niece, Angela, her husband, Taylor, and their unborn baby boy.  He’s been threatening to come early, though he’s not due until August 12.

Finally, there’s my former wrangler, Chris.  He’s very ill.

That said, there are ‘normal’ happenings to report, too.  Bernice and I went on our usual mail runs yesterday 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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