#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Because I know….

Some of you worry about me, bless your hearts.

Me and the pink boots are home, safe and sound. I’m at the main house for the time being, and you’ll be happy to know I’m no longer writing this blog from the side of my bathtub.

I had a wonderful time in both Kansas City and Denver. Just as I expected, those towns are cowgirl-friendly! I was very careful to take it easy and rest, but I did get to Chico’s in Denver, where I met Holly Lail. Yes! We’re related. Isn’t that amazing?

I’m catching up on some email and other stuff tomorrow, but I’ll be on the blog on Monday morning, though whether from here or the lake house is anybody’s guess. The horses aren’t coming home until Tuesday, which makes me happy because then I can be here when they arrive. I’ll post pictures as soon as I can, and guess what?

I’m getting a new horse. Her name is April, she’s 16 and gentle, and I will be riding her as often as possible.

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.

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