#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Cowboy Christmas

I got back from my short vacation in Vegas a day late, which is why I didn’t get the promised Monday blog written. When we arrived at the airport, there were at least 2000 people in the security line, but the crowd management was efficient, and we got through pretty fast. We stayed at the Venetian, where we had a lovely suite, and the room service was absolutely atrocious. (The slot machines were tight, too.)

National Finals Rodeo was going on–hence the Cowboy Christmas trade show at the Convention Center–and there were cowboys aplenty for me to admire. I am definitely going back next year, but this time, I’ll go to the rodeo and spend a lot less time at the slot machines. I’m normally pretty lucky at them, but this year, it was a bust.

Tomorrow, I’ll be telling you about some of My Favorite Things, and passing on at least two website addresses so you can see the merchandise. Hey, if Oprah can do it, so can I!

Today, lots of loose ends to tie up. Be blessed.

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