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Archive for February, 2014

And now it’s Friday…

Mercy.  Friday?  Already?  It doesn’t seem possible.

This week’s winners are Cassandra and Dawn Roberts.  Congratulations, both of you.  By now, you’ve received an email from Super-Jen, and as soon as we have your details, your prizes will be on the way.  The new contest will begin on Monday, so be ready to comment.  Prizes: each winner will receive an autographed book (mine, of course).  One will receive a copy of Sherry Muchira’s CD, “All Things New”, and the other, one of my necklaces.

The stones, as I’ve mentioned before, have been dyed to resemble jade, but they’re actually dolomite

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The view from Wednesday morning….

The day ahead looks pretty promising, actually.  :)  I will be missing Weight Watchers this week, though I’m sticking to the program for sure.  I’m so close to finishing the book I’ve begun to refer to as “The Never-ending Story” that I just can’t leave my office.

Yesterday, I saw my doctor–routine, there isn’t much that can be done about this bug–and Jen and I had dinner with a very good friend, Renee Kinsey–Renee is a flight attendant, and her route took her through Spokane, so we met her at her hotel and had a good visit.  She’ll be passing through

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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.

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