Monday, September 12, 2011

I See You. Can You See Me?


Taken August 24, 2011.

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7 comments:

  1. Happy Monday - it isn't raining.

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  2. Nice piece of silliness to start a Monday!

    Janet, from yesterday, I observed this morning that conservatism used to be about prudence. Now it's just about fear. Prudence is a form of fear, to be sure, but it's a pragmatic kind rather than jumping at shadows. See you in a week!

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  3. Monday, peeking in amongst the crazy.

    Janet, so sorry for your loss. :( I just heard that Andy Whitfield, who was the original Spartacus in the Starz series passed away yesterday due to non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. He was all of 39. :(

    I spent all of yesterday offline. I couldn't handle more media hype. I'd rather think about the future.

    Many hugs to you all & wishing everyone a great week.

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  4. Thanks guys. Wayne's getting ready to leave. Which of course causes the pooties to freak out. "What's he doing with the bag?" Twice we've taken Moonya out of his packing strategy.

    Yeah, I was furious when I came home yesterday to find a football game on - I walked right into "9/11 and Michael Vick". Turn that crap off.

    Did see a show about the rebuilding several weeks back where it wasn't about "Fear, Inc." I do remember that 9/11 is what got us into two illegal occupations that have siphoned money from our schools and infastructure and our economy. Anyway,s the big, sheet glass used is from Portland.

    Taking over $200 worth of school supplies to Wes' school today since they literally have to BEG for such items. We donate $40 a month as well for classroom supplies. Anything to keep this program progressing and alive. They had to let go of 4 out of 12 long term school aides.

    It's sickening.

    Spartacus was a show Wayne wanted to see, we watched the first few episodes and then learned he was dying. Wayne couldn't watch it anymore. Not with the loss of my Mom and knowing his BIL was dying.

    One day our kids will ask us what cancer was. But we MUST stop poisoning our planet, our water and our food supply. Health has to be a priority. Cheap, convenient food is not good. It carries a huge pricetag. With the economy as well as our lives. Most food is done with what is essectionally slave labor. Why the call them "chains".

    I'll be on bereavement. Here to take any of Wayne's calls and keep the kids heads on Having Dad leave is a huge upset for Wes to say the least.

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  5. Farf, a week? Oh my time flies. :) I promise to put my hair out (it's usually on fire) before you get here.

    I should be home by noon today (PST) shoot me an email with your phone and I'll call you on my dime. We can talk about plans, if that's okay.

    gotta go make myself beautiful and make sure all the kitties are accounted for before we put the luggage in the car. :)

    hasta

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  6. The sun came out here yesterday for the first time in 5 days, Dina, and is back today. Nice, ain't it.

    Farf, everyday starts with silliness if you are a dog. Oh yeah, and it end with it. Oh almost forgot, it's pretty much all silliness, all the time (trips to the vet excluded).

    We didn't turn on the TV or radio yesterday, Maria. I expect it was a very good idea for both of us.

    Janet, safe journey wishes for Wayne.

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  7. Makes me think of the rhyme my mom used to say:
    I see the moon, and the moon sees me
    God bless the moon and God bless me.

    I didn't watch any of the 9-11 coverage. Too sad. I cried when I saw the Budweiser commercial during my football games, of the horses bowing before the Statue of Liberty. That was enough.

    Not raining here either, but we could use it.

    Still apartment-hunting, hopefully be done by tomorrow. Work finally arrived, woo hoo! Now I can pay for the lease I'm about to sign...

    Anyone wanna drive my stuff from Phoenix to FL? :)

    Happy Monday, y'all. I'm off to watch the Broncos whup on the Raiders!!

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