#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2006

Possible or Impossible?

A good friend emailed me this morning, asking where I would draw the line between possible and impossible. The answer came to me rather quickly, perhaps because I had just come from my prayer/journaling time.

For me, this line lies inches from the feet of Jesus Christ. In Him, I truly believe, all things are possible. Without Him, well–stay home, with the covers pulled up over your head, because if He’s not part of the equation, it’s a bust.

As you know, my beloved Uncle Jack has passed on. I’m going to his funeral today, not so much to mourn,

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The Last Chance Cafe

The movie got a mention on “Access Hollywood” last night, complete with a clip!

I am delighted, of course.

Remember to watch–Monday, November 13, six Pacific, nine eastern.

I’m so eager to see that movie, I can hardly stand it.

In the meantime, though, Mojo is waiting to wrap up the second spooky adventure in the series. And you know how she gets, if you read her blog entries. (Have you read “Deadly Gamble” yet?)

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.