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Archive for December, 2014


I didn’t mean to leave off the account of my visit with Debbie, my computer ate part of that blog, consuming several paragraphs in one gulp.  Errrrgggg!  I hate it when that happens.  Anyway, I was simply too overwhelmed to write it all over again; promise I will as soon as I feel just a smidgeon better.

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The Plague and I/This week’s winners

Starting off on the happier note, this week’s winners are Amy Dudley and Sharon S.  Congratulations, ladies.  Your signed books will be on their way pronto.  As usual, a new contest begins today.  All you need to do is comment and, presto, you’re entered!  Two winners will be selected at random, to be announced next Monday.

Now, for the plague reference.  :)  The monster bug seems to be back in full force; I have a doctor’s appointment this afternoon and, while I’m not at death’s door, I am really tired of being sick!  With all the healthy eating, exercise and supplement

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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.