#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2015

The Saga Continues….

But first my Weight Watchers report.  After two weeks of travel, I am amazed and happy to say that I LOST 2.2 pounds!  Yeehaw!  The truth is, I was getting a little careless, but now I’m fully re-committed for sure.  Ready to conquer new ground.  :)

Gettysburg was wonderful–I had planned to stay 3 full weeks, but between the invitation to Dodge City and the cruise I’m going on in early November, I was forced to shorten my visit.  This meant I didn’t get to contact some people I wanted to meet, but never fear–I’m going back in June to attend

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I’m back from my travels!

Where have I been?  Well, dear blog following friends, it feels like everywhere.  :)

We’ll start with my visit to Dodge City, Kansas, at the end of September, where I attended the 60th anniversary of “Gunsmoke”, that iconic television Western that I, for one, well remember.  (I’m aware that many of you are much younger, and may not recall the show, but for the sake of simiplicity, I will write about the experience as if you do.)

I gotta tell you, I’m REALLY just a country girl.  I graduated from Northport High School a long (LONG) time ago, and never really

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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.