#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2008


This year’s Thanksgiving celebration will be a quiet one, here on the Triple L. I’m roasting a small turkey, but there won’t be a big sit-down gathering–everybody, including me, is just too tuckered out for that. There has been so much activity on this place over the last year–two separate construction projects, and now changing the downstairs area into an office and studio–all good stuff, to be sure. You’d better believe I’m thankful, but I’m also ready for things to calm down, as my mother used to say, “to a dull roar.”

So I’m planning to sit by the fire

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On the Upswing

I attended a mixed-media workshop at Spokane Art Supply this weekend, and it was really good for me. Great fun, and a good distraction from ongoing withdrawal symptoms. (Don’t worry, I’m NOT going to smoke, if only because I don’t want to have to go through the quitting process again. :)) I learned a lot, not only from our great instructor, Mary Jo McGraw, but from other people in the class, too. Nothing like a lot of theraputic painting-slopping and gluing to cheer a person up.

Bernice gets her stitches out today, and won’t be a conehead anymore. That is

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