#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Greetings!

Have you been to www.takeacowboyhome.com to watch the Texas McKettricks video and enter the contest–your chance to win $10,000 or a stay at the glamorous Paris Las Vegas Hotel? There is even a little quiz to take, though you’ll want to read “Tate”, book 1, before you tackle that. And keep an eye out for updates, as a new film segment will be posted on January 15, a behind-the-scenes kind of thing. I haven’t seen that one yet, and I’m as eager as anybody!

Yesterday, while we were out shopping, we were parked in the lot on top of the Best Buy store. Jeremy, finishing his shopping long before Wendy and I did, in typical guy fashion, was playing the radio while he waited for us. Well, guess what. The battery ran down, and the car wouldn’t start. What happened? Well, the cutest cowboy-type I’ve seen since the trip to Vegas for the rodeo finals stopped and asked if we needed a hand. I mean, this one could have been a McKettrick or a Creed, he was so good-looking and so, well, cowboy. Out came the jumper cables and in a trice, we were back on the road.

Cowboy courtesy, at its finest, folks, and right in Santa Monica, CA. :)

Today’s agenda includes Disneyland, and I am super excited because I haven’t been there in so long–all sorts of new things have been added and updated and of course the place will be beautifully decorated for Christmas. Nobody does magic like Disney, though I’ve got to say, I saw some truly spectacular things in Las Vegas earlier this month. I told you about Switch, the restaurant where the walls change every twenty minutes, and the ceiling does this Phantom of the Opera thing. Amazing.

I’ll be tweeting right along, knowing me, so check us out on Twitter.com.

I will also post pictures to this blog at the first opportunity–probably tomorrow.

And tomorrow is Christmas Eve. I think I hear the faintest jingle of sleigh bells….

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