#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2012

Did you vote?

I mailed in my ballot yesterday, and I’m thankful that I have a small voice in things.

Now, I know some of you would argue, with no little justification, that individual votes don’t really matter, so why bother registering, going to the polls or filling out a ballot?  My answer to that is: Voting matters for its own sake, it matters because you have the right to do it.  It matters because many good people have given their all over the last two centuries or so, to establish and then preserve that right.  For YOU.  To give in to apathy

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Back in the game!

All right, I’ve had about all the fun and rest I can stand.  :)  It’s time to get back to work!

That said, I had a great weekend.  Wendy and Jeremy joined me for corned beef and cabbage, as planned, and then came over again for roast beef.  (We’re Dr. Seuss fans around here, so we call it ‘roast beast’.)  I did some artist trading cards and some work in my bulging art journal, which won’t close properly because of my penchant for gluing in 3-D stuff.  I am particularly proud of this journal, not because the art is all that

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