Melinda Elmore Comes to Visit

WolfHello Darlings,

Miss Melinda Elmore has hitched a ride on a fast train and will arrive in the Junction on Saturday.

Miss Melinda will give us a lesson in the plight of the Mexican Gray Wolf that once roamed the West in huge numbers. The dear lady is very passionate about preserving the animals for future generations.

We might get her to talk about her upcoming new book called NATIVE SPIRIT.

The Fillies would like everyone to please make her feel right at home. We always enjoy when she comes to visit our little neck of the woods.

And she’s not coming empty-handed. She’s toting prizes.

So, hop aboard and come join in the fun come Saturday.

We’d love to have you!

Felicia Filly
When I'm not keepin' all these Fillies in line, I'm practicing my roping so I can catch me a cowboy. Me and Jasper (my mule) are two peas in a pod. Both of us are as crotchety as all get-out.
Updated: April 14, 2010 — 12:22 pm

8 Comments

  1. can’t wait
    i love the wolves also

  2. Tabitha,

    Thank you I hope you enjoy They are very sacred animals

    Walk in harmony,
    Melinda

  3. Always love to hear from Melinda! See you then.

  4. I appreciate Melinda letting all of us at RWA PRO know about her guest blog because I was not aware of your website. LOVE IT! I have friends who write and read western romances and have forwarded your site link. Good job, fillies!

  5. Deb,

    Thank you for checking this out. I hope to see you tomorrow

    Melinda

  6. Aggie,

    I hope to see you tomorrow

    Melinda

  7. I was raised to respect all animals, yet some are more powerful in my heart and mind. Wolves have always been a leader for me. They are like ancestors of the universe. Who will we be, what will we be, when wolves are no more? Thank you for spotlighting their plight.

  8. I was raised to respect all animals, yet some are more powerful in my heart and mind. Wolves have always been a leader for me. They are like ancestors of the universe. Who will we be, what will we be, when wolves are no more? Thank you for spotlighting their plight.

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