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Kari Lynn Dell
Cowgirl, rancher, best-selling author of the Texas Rodeo series. Walk with me behind the chutes and into the real life of a cowboy.
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Kari Lynn Dell 16h
Replying to @AbsoluteWrite
So basically the overall consensus is that creamed corn is for making other things. Except for a few of you outliers like my husband who like slurping your vegetables.
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Kari Lynn Dell 22h
I fail to comprehend the existence of cream-style corn. What, it was just too much effort to chew those pesky kernels?
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Kari Lynn Dell 22h
My version of Joanna Gaines and her shiplap. Blankets are an acceptable substitute.
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Jennifer Gunter Jan 21
Yes, because one case of measles infects about 15-18 people because it is HIGHLY FUCKING CONTAGIOUS
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Liza Dunn Jan 21
Pesticides are critical for public health. Not only do they protect kids from insects like ticks, mosquitoes & lice, they also protect the food supply! They undergo over 10 years of extensive safety studies before they ever go on the market. Curious? Read this👇🏽
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SourcebooksCasa Jan 22
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 22
If towels can't be curtains I'm going to have rethink my entire history of home decor. And also the living quarters in my horse trailer.
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Ali Trotta Jan 22
If mentally preparing for possible conversations that don't happen was an Olympic sport, I'd be a god.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 21
This is when we try to be happy that we saved the rest...so far.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 21
Replying to @JonathanQuist
But...they're not. Which the child will immediately point out.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 21
Replying to @jeffreysomers
This must be anti-pinky Monday, as my finger is not so happy to testify.
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jeffreysomers Jan 21
I went outside. I have regrets. Also, no pinky toe, not anymore.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 21
And now we know how to insert intra-ruminal trocars. Awesome start to the week, with two bulls already dead by the time we realized there was a problem with the hay. Guess we'd maxed out our "consecutive days where nothing dropped dead" limit.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 21
Dear Monday. This wasn’t the finger I intended to give you, but go ahead and be that way.
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Maggie Stiefvater Jan 21
A BRIEF STORY OF HOW THE MOON DIED (in case you didn't notice) As you all know, last night was the Super Wolf Blood Moon. Or the Wolf Super Blood Moon. Or the Blood Super Moon Wolf. Anyway, it was the first full moon of the year and an eclipse was involved.
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Maggie Stiefvater Jan 21
My brother's getting rid of the piles of extra foreign editions I have in my basement (they're all signed) so that I can actually use those shelves for books I DIDN'T write — he's got a few dozen up already.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 20
I write in Scrivener, then use the export function to convert the manuscript into a Word doc to submit to my editor. All edits have to be done in Word, though, because of the track changes. And final edits with my publisher are done in a formatted PDF.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 20
Me: Why are you wearing that sweatshirt again? (Day 3) Son: It's black. Dark colors help keep you warm when it's this cold. Me: Oh. Well. Carry on. 3 HRS LATER Me: Shouldn't you wear gloves to go outside? Son: BLANK LOOK. Why? *sigh* Teen logic...a moving target.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 19
The truck driver swore this pile is everything needed to build a new shop. I am skeptical. Or we’re getting a very small shop.
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Kari Lynn Dell Jan 18
My agent's level of sophistication: Hamilton soundtrack first up on autoplay. Mine: Randy Rogers Band's Actin' Crazy.
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