#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2017

I truly appreciate your patience

This illness has been rough.  The cough and congestion are long gone, but the bone-deep fatigue has been slow to fade.  I’m almost back to normal–as normal as I’ll ever be, anyway–:) and I am eager to write and blog regularly.

Our winners this week are Cheryl Gagne and Pat Yates.  Each of you will receive an autographed book, as will the winners of next week’s contest–two names will be chosen at random, notified by Jen, and announced here.  Just leave a comment, and you’re entered.

I’m almost through the first 40-day cycle of the Vimala Alphabet, and I am

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Almost Out of the Woods

I think the c-diff is under control, and I am feeling much stronger, though I’m not quite there yet.  The trip to Atlanta was a marvelous experience, and I’m so glad I went.  I’m also glad I kept a low profile and returned home in fairly good shape.  Due to crowds and the general stress of travel (much as I love it!), I’m often under the weather when I return home.  What I’ve learned from this: that it’s okay to take things easy, lounge around in the hotel room when my presence is not required.  :)

Some of you have asked

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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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