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Archive for November, 2008


We got a skiff of snow yesterday, as a little Thanksgiving present. :)
I roasted a turkey yesterday, but never got around to doing the trimmings. Oh, well. It was just the kind of quiet day I wanted.
And I think I’ve turned a corner with the heebie-jeebies I was telling you about–the ones from not smoking. YEE-HAW! What a relief THAT is–there were times when I really thought I was going crazy! (All the more reason NEVER to let that habit get hold of me again.)
Every year I say I won’t go out to the stores the day after

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Thanksgiving Notes

It’s a quiet Thanksgiving here on the Triple L, and that, believe me, is a good thing. I could use some quiet, and so could the ranch crew. 2008 has been wonderful, but superhectic, with all the building and the renovating, the writing and traveling. Not that I’m complaining–but I could use a few dull, ordinary, noneventful months, and that’s for sure.

I stopped smoking on October 28. That first week was easy, with the Chantix and all, and I wanted to shout it from the house-tops. This is the way, gang! If you’re addicted to the noxious weed, as

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.