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2008-11-09 02:01:28
...yes, it seems that the memories of most of us are short, but it is no wonder because we are daily bombarded by bad news from all over the world. There's a limit to how much grief, misfortune, pain and suffering we can keep active and ongoing in our memories... we just have to zero the 'load' frequently and start anew.
2008-11-08 21:31:21
It's an ongoing process...our house repairs are almost complete..lost some plants: hibiscus and bouganvilla survived.. lost a loquat, night-blooming jasmine, rangoon creeper, and some impatiens that had survived four or five winters outside..think the sago palms will be alright though they look pretty bedraggled...But the city is badly wounded, and though it will recover it will never be quite the same. Thanks for asking..most of the world has forgotten about Ike.
2008-11-08 16:16:45
PATITO, thanks! Bearnaise is back! Yet another setback and sad event in the lives of Bearnaise and Matilda. Let us hope that happier times are ahead... - Must remind you of Ike? Have you managed to repair the damage yet?
2008-11-08 10:49:35
They'd had six feet of water in their den, and although they'd saved their most treasured and beloved possessions, like Matilda's unicycyle from her circus days, and their collection of old 45 rpm rhythm and blues singles, their neighborhood and their part of the forest was scared and scoured by the raging flood, and sometimes they felt wounded, though not defeated. Each day was a new day, and they managed to persevere, putting one paw in front of another on the long road back, but it was a weary struggle. Sometimes a verse would run thgrough Bearnaise'sd mind. "Does the road wind up hill all the way? Yes, to the very end. Will the day's journey take the whole long day? From morn till night, my friend."
2008-11-08 10:26:09
Bearnasie was "wore plumb to a frazzle," as his Uncle Woody would have said.