#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2014

Fridge-Magnet Wisdom and assorted ramblings

I’ve been thinking about refrigerator magnets lately.  (Don’t ask why, because I have no idea.)

Still, one can tell a great deal about a person, I think, by studying the various items affixed to their refrigerator door.  The most obvious example: children’s art, schedules for soccer games, ballet lessons, etc., and school photos.  Here we have proud parents or, of course, grandparents.

My own attachments reveal me to be a motivated type, I expect–and a slightly irreverent one at that.  :)

Some of my favorites:

(From the Cowboy Poetry set): “If my nose was full of nickels, I’d blow it all

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Home again, home again, jiggety jog

Well, my friends, the trip to Boonsboro, Maryland, and the fabled Turn the Page Book Store, was just plain magical.  Jenni and I flew out of Spokane early (very early) on Friday morning, stopping briefly in Salt Lake City before jetting on to a landing at Baltimore-Washington International–and it was remarkably easy, this journey, with not one hitch along the way.  We were exhausted on arrival, but after a meal at the Cracker Barrel, one of my favorites, we both rested comfortably at our modest hotel, setting out for Boonsboro in our rented orange extended cab pickup truck first

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Back in earlier days, a cattle drive would average 10-12 miles a day.