#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2011

All Rested Up

Would you believe I wrote this blog entry once already and accidentally posted it to one for an art group I’m in.  Since I couldn’t figure out how to move it, here I am, starting over.

I am the queen of starting over, but that’s another blog for another day.  :)

On Saturday I drove out to the lake house to wait for the plumber to come and unclog the kitchen sink.  Company arriving today and no clogs allowed.

Sitting there, looking out at the water, which always soothes my soul, I asked myself for the millionth time why I don’t

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OK, Back in the Saddle

I celebrated making #1 with a couple of goof-off days, but now I’m anxious to saddle up and hit the trail to Parable again.  I am enthralled with the new book!

Alas, the air-conditioner died, and after all that kvetching about the long winter and late spring, I’m roasting.  The main floor is like an oven.  My dad would have said, “You’d complain if you were hanged with a new rope.”


I think I have a haunted doorbell.  No kidding.  It rang last night, as I was rustling up supper for the dogs and cats, and I figured it was

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