#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2007

It’s the Beginning…

…of another exciting week here at the main house. The barn is almost finished, and the horses are slated to come home TOMORROW. I can hardly believe the day is finally–almost–here.
I’m not sure when my new baby, a mare named April, will arrive–my brother found her for me, and she’s ultra-gentle. No bucking broncs for this cowgirl. (Yes, there will be pictures.) In fact, I’m going to have a friend teach me to upload photos right into the blog.

As for today, I’ve got writing on the schedule.

I continue to come across things I want to tell Dad,

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Because I know….

Some of you worry about me, bless your hearts.

Me and the pink boots are home, safe and sound. I’m at the main house for the time being, and you’ll be happy to know I’m no longer writing this blog from the side of my bathtub.

I had a wonderful time in both Kansas City and Denver. Just as I expected, those towns are cowgirl-friendly! I was very careful to take it easy and rest, but I did get to Chico’s in Denver, where I met Holly Lail. Yes! We’re related. Isn’t that amazing?

I’m catching up on some email

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.