#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


“Lindy, study up on your rodeo”

This very good advice showed up in a letter from my stepmother–I’m checking Amazon to see if there’s a book called “Rodeo for Dummies”!  What was I thinking?  Who knows–bullriding is my favorite event so I have no excuse. 

Once again, my fault.  :) You won’t see that particular mistake again–but probably new ones.  :)

Today is an exciting day for me, because I’m back on BistroMD, usually referred to as the D.I.E.T., and instead of feeling restricted, etc., I feel so much freer–more able to concentrate on other things.  Like my new book.  :)  I love not having to think about food, just read the menu, dig through the freezer, and zap my meal.  Was I wild about today’s “Vegetable and Cheese” omlet?  No.  That’s easy to fix–I just go on the website and ask them not to send that again.

I’ll be glad when the weather cools off a little–it’s making the Yorkie pretty listless, and that always worries me.

Over the weekend–no, I didn’t write–I rested, read and did a little art work.  I feel restored and ready for action.

So I think I’ll get with it!

Have a good day.  And sincere thanks for your comments.  Keep them coming!

 

 

3 comments to ““Lindy, study up on your rodeo””

  1. Norma Stanforth
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      · August 20th, 2012 at 12:12 pm · Link

    Linda, so glad that you are feeling better. Glad that you are able to get back to your writing, readinf, and your art. Sorry you didn’t like your food this mornimg! God bless you. Norma Stanforth :-D



  2. Juanita
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      · August 20th, 2012 at 1:38 pm · Link

    You won’t see that particular mistake again–but probably new ones. :)

    Linda, if your books were riddled with errors I probably wouldn’t have noticed that one. But they aren’t riddled with errors. They are perfectly wonderful. And I’m certainly not going to stop reading them because of one errant pick-up man!

    Bless your talented hide. Luv you!



  3. Hilda
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      · August 21st, 2012 at 1:38 pm · Link

    OH, I remember noticing that glitch about having a pick-up man for a bull rider. I guess I was too engrossed in what happened next because I forgot about it. But yeah, it was kind of a “STOP!! WHAT??” moment where the reading rhythm gets a jolt. Dang, it’s tough being human, eh? Where’s that third book! I’m ready for it! Hilda



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