#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Good News

Mary Ann, aka the Trail Boss, is feeling much, much better. Around the Triple L, we’re kicking our heels together. She’ll be under the weather for a while, but she’s on the mend and in very good spirits, and that’s what matters.

Looks like we’ll get some rain today, and some thunder this afternoon. When I went out to feed the horses this morning, I tried to get them to go into their stalls, but they were having none of that. For them, it’s business as usual. Even the old Buckaroo, slow-moving as he is, likes it better outside. Not surprising, really, since horses are pretty much all-weather critters. And, hey, they got baths without my having to hose them down. :)

It’s all good.

I’m driving Miss Sadie today, and I’ll be writing once I get back. Wendy and Jeremy are still here–Wendy is working on her movie (she’s a screenwriter if I didn’t already brag) and Jeremy has been helping out with all kinds of tasks. He’s going to make one great son-in-law and a very good dad when the time comes. There is marriage talk, so I still have hopes of being a grandmother someday. :)

Wendy has recovered nicely from her kidney infection. She’s her old self. We’ve been visiting up a storm and bowling in the living room using the Wii.

This weekend is Father’s Day. I’ll be sad, missing mine, but I will also celebrate. After all, I had Skip Lael for a dad for 58 years. As the old bull-rider himself would surely say, that’s a damn good run.

I’ll be back on Monday morning.

May God bless and rebless you, and then bless you again for good measure.

All you fathers out there: thanks. You know the old saying. Any fool can make a baby, but it takes a MAN to raise one.

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