#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2014

My Journey

Honestly, this Gemini cowgirl finds life to be almost impossibly interesting at times!  I keep discovering new (to me) things, and while I suppose this qualifies me as a classic will-o-the-wisp, it’s a very pleasing way to live.

For instance, my passion for gemstones.  That has led me in all sorts of new directions, as well as renewing my commitment to meditation.  My beautiful glass boxes with their pyramid-shaped lids really DO charge crystals and gemstones.  (I know, I know, it sounds all flakey and new-age, but the bottom-line is that, for me anyway, it works.  I can charge a

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Present and Accounted For :)

Surprise!  I’m here and I’m on time–sort of.  :)

I had a wonderful weekend; I was in an arts and crafts frenzy of sorts.  I made artist trading cards and experimented with painting the backs of clear glass tiles.  Some of them turned out beautifully, others–not so much.  Such, of course, is the nature of experimentation.  When it comes to things like that, I’m much more interested in the process than the end result–I think the happiest thing about doing art is making discoveries.  Interestingly enough, for me anyway, the failures are as fascinating as the successes.

Go figure.

Bernice-the-Yorkie turns

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.