#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2010

Hello, Real World

I seem to be back in the saddle.
I’ve caught up on my rest.
I’ve done some theraputic art work–mostly those ATCs I mentioned, that had to be done for trades I’d signed up for before the trip.
I’ve bought groceries. :) (Yikes. It really took me a while to work up to that one. Alas, Sadie and Bernice wouldn’t have understood why there was plenty of red wine but no dog food.)
I have packages to send out–gifts bought in Spain–and the like.
And I’m writing again.
That feels so good.
My life. It gets hectic sometimes, but it’s mine,

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Return of the Traveler

I’m back. No, I mean, REALLY. :) Although I’m getting a late start today, I think I’m over the jet lag, finally, and ready to move on.

I have a hair appointment today, one I would cheerfully skip because I hate sitting still for so long (go figure), but I’m attending the Desert Dreams Conference in Phoenix next weekend (yeehaw!!!) and I can’t go looking shaggy. I’ll take my knitting along–a plain black panel of garter stitch that will one day be a felted tote bag–and work on that during the non-drippy parts of the hair-styling process.

I came home from

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