#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for December, 2011

Home on the Range

Yorkie Bernice has been a little gimpy since the weather turned cold, so we hauled her to the vet yesterday.  (Fortunately, at 12 pounds, she’s an easy-loader.)  She’s on medicine and lo and behold, she’s already better, which is a weight off my mind, I can tell you.   

I’m writing again, no small feat after a trip away from home, and Christmas is springing up all over the place.  The tree is lit and decorated–I have always loved Christmas trees.  (Maybe that’s why I’m so drawn to shiny things the rest of the time.  :) )

There’s a little skiff of

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Home Alone

Except, of course, for the three fur faces.  Bernice the Yorkie threw a one-dog party when I came home, but the cats were only mildly interested.  Return of the human can-opener, etc.  :)

As you’ve probably noticed, blogging proved very difficult in Las Vegas–I managed a few short entries from my iPhone, but due to operator error, using the iPad was a no go.  Left to my own devices, I tend to do this kind of thing–I neglected, it seems, to sign up for something called 3G, since it never occurred to me that it needed to be done.  At home,

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