#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for May, 2009

Internet Restored!

I haven’t been able to get online since the weekend. Today, my friend Chris fixed the problem.

I was down with the flu all day (not the Swine variety) and feel better.

I’ll have a blog up tomorrow morning.

Thanks for your patience.

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P-Day at Last!

TODAY I can finally plant my tomatoes and dahlias as, presumably, all danger of frost is past. Of course it’s always a crap-shoot–a beloved cousin and highly experienced gardener once told me she’d seen a freeze on August 18!

An intrepid sort, I plan to live on the edge and go ahead with my plans. Rest assured, there will be an accounting here on this blog on Monday. :)

Today–which is beautiful here, by the way–is first and foremost a writing day, but I’ve got some art projects underway as well, and I sneak off to my humble but spacious studio

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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.