#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2011


That’s the score today, folks. I wrote a whole chapter yesterday, in spite of this darn plague, but the other side seems to be winning as of this morning.

Good thing I don’t give up all that easily. :)

I’m drinking lots of Emergence-C, the Vitamin C drink, taking 222s, and slugging back a product called Mona Vie. In other words, I’m hanging in there.

Rather than bore you further, I’ll just promise to come back and blog later on in the day, if something interesting happens.

Stay well.

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Happy Birthday, Pam!

I’m back. I didn’t go back to bed, but decided to muddle on through instead.

So I wrote, completing the draft of Chapter 9 of “The Creed Legacy”, and I’m ready and eager to go on to Chapter 10.

Today is my sister Pam’s birthday–hope you’re having a very happy day, sweetie.

I’m enjoying my nightly glass of wine at this point, and I might do some art work. Or I might go to bed early, and listen to some of my favorite podcasts–“The Splendid Table”, “Craftcast” and “The News from Lake Woebegone” all downloaded new episodes today. Wealth! PLUS,

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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.