#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2009

Wii and Me

OK, last night, I bowled in my living room! It’s a big room, but it isn’t THAT big. :) I even won a game, getting three strikes in a row–best of all, it’s good exercise. No boring treadmill, or pedaling nowhere on a stationery bike. I’m eager to start the Wii-fit yoga and tennis.

It’s official. I’m a Nintendo addict. Even after the family wrapped up our evening bowling session, I played Scrabble on my handheld game until I finally HAD to shut off the light and go to sleep.

Wendy continues to recover, though she’s still pretty fragile. While Jeremy,

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My Amazing Birthday

My 60th was wonderful–I received FOUR beautiful bouquets, a photo montage (thanks, Nancy and staff)–all sorts of wonderful things. Best of all, it was a quiet day, spent at home. My one wish for this birthday, you see, was for my daughter Wendy to come for a visit, and that wish came true. All the rest is frosting on the cake. (It was chocolate.)

Today is the second anniversary of my dad’s death, but I am dwelling on all the happy memories, because I know that’s the way he’d want it. Dad lived his life to the fullest, enjoyed his

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.