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Archive for March, 2008

Good Friday–and SNOW

To look out my windows right now, you’d swear it couldn’t be Good Friday. It looks more like Christmas Eve, with all this snow–yes, snow–tumbling down, edging the top of the fence, frosting the great pines and Douglas firs surrounding my house.

Frankly, I’m beginning to wonder if God reads this blog. :)

The weatherman swears it isn’t his fault–evidently, he’s been getting calls and emails of resounding protest. Little wonder.

But the fact remains that Easter, the greatest day in the Christian calendar and in my opinion, the greatest day in the history of this and all other universes,

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Hello, God? This is Linda….

It snowed again! What’s that about???? Isn’t it supposed to be SPRING?


Tonight is Weight Watchers–I’m looking forward to weighing in, if you can believe it, because I’m doing really well on the program. It works for me.

Today I’m doing a read-through and revision of the “Taming Dylan” pages. Dylan Creed is tough to tame, I’m here to tell you, but I think our heroine, Kristy Madison, is up to the challenge. It is a pure delight to watch this rough-and-tumble, card-sharp cowboy trying to adjust to the two-year-old daughter he’s suddenly 100 percent responsible for raising. :) The

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.