#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Busy Day Ahead

I have a really busy day ahead–lots of TV and radio, and a signing tonight.  

So far, not one ATC trader has turned up along the way, though.  (Except for my future son-in-law, Jeremy, who brought 3 fabulous cards to swap when I was in LA!)  I’ll have cards along tonight at the autographing at the Quail Springs Barnes and Noble, 7 PM.  If you’re in the OK City area, I sure hope you’ll show up and say howdy.
“The Rustler” sure seems to be getting a good reception out there, though.  And I appreciate that more than I can express.
We had a sick horse at home, and I’m happy to report that Skye is doing much better as I write this.  They had to put styrofoam padding on her forefeet and add about 8 inches of shavings to her stall, to keep the pressure down.  Thank heaven for my Canadian Wrangler and the other ranch hands :) and a good vet and farrier.  They take good care of my babies.  I was praying like crazy but tried not to worry, because energy is a factor and I didn’t want to send anything but healing light.
The ole clock is ticking, so I guess I’d better get myself spiffed up and ready to ride.  I’m visiting the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum tomorrow, and I can already tell it’s a place I will want to come back to on a separate research trip.  The ideas are always brewing in this cowgirl’s head.  :)
Make it a good day.  I certainly intend to.

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