Friday, December 31, 2004
Tuesday, December 28, 2004
Lynne Cheney Reads Blogs
Monday, December 27, 2004
Carnival of the Cats 12/26/04
Bush & Blair Compared to Roosevelt & Churchill
Books About Dayton, Ohio Online
Sunday, December 26, 2004
I Love Dark Chocolate
Wednesday, December 22, 2004
Tuesday, December 21, 2004
Digging in Cana
Monday, December 20, 2004
Wonderful to Know that the Democrats are "Out of Business" in the South
Thursday, December 16, 2004
Ole Miss Forgot to Do a Background Check
Wednesday, December 15, 2004
ROFL - Cat Creation
I'm Crying . . .
Ed Orgeron Heads to Ole Miss from Southern Cal
Tuesday, December 14, 2004
Monday, December 13, 2004
Saturday, December 11, 2004
Carnival of the Recipes #17
Custody of Cats?
More About Ole Miss
Wednesday, December 08, 2004
Key Lime Pie History
The South Carolina Situation
I'm in Trouble Now
Sunday, December 05, 2004
Top 25 Christmas Songs
Crescent Rolls - and not the Pillsbury Variety
More on Ole Miss Situation
Saturday, December 04, 2004
A Downsized Christmas?
Attorney's Night Before Christmas
Which Country Are You?
Curator of ancient mystical secrets, your life on the surface is fairly typical these days. Though you are in denial about more things than most people. Nevertheless, you're trying to convince people that you're safe despite your more volatile and unstable times that seem to be behind you. You like cats a whole lot. You'd probably really appreciate The Blue Pyramid. Take the CountryQuiz at the Blue Pyramid
Now - how did they know I was a cat person?
The first amendment says:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of
the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the
government for a redress of grievances.
Note: We're supposed to be able to freely exercise our religion. Why can't celebrate the real reason for Christmas?
Read Laurel's post over at The Purple Needle entitled "Christmas Is Not a Dirty Word."
Cape May Street
The Friday Five (on Saturday)
I actually do. I prefer to type the letters nowadays though. I sent notes to a few folks this past month. I actually received something in yesterday's mail that was real mail. (Family historians like myself do tend to write and send letters more often. Even though we do send a lot of email, there's still plenty of cause for use of the US Postal Service.
2) Do you plan to send out holiday cards this year? Why/why not? Do you spend a lot of time on them? About how many holiday cards do you usually send each year?
Yes. I love receiving them myself. It's also the only contact I have each year with some people. I used to spend more time than I do now. I write a newsletter to insert in each one now and write personal notes on a few. I sent about 75 last year.
3) Have you ever had a penpal? Where and when? How long did you write to them, or are you still in contact with them? What kinds of things did/do you talk about with them? How did your penpal relationship come about?
I had several back when I was in junior high/high school. Most of them were folks I met when I was at church camp of some sort. We used to attend a family camp in Oklahoma each year. I wrote to friends in Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas, and Texas from that. From my church camp in Mississippi, I had a couple of good pen pals. However, the most enduring pen pal relationship was with a friend I met while camping. I don't even remember exactly where we were camping when we met. It may have been in Alabama, but I'm not positive. However, we kept writing. She lived in South Carolina. We kept writing through college. (She attended Air Force Academy in Colorado.) We even wrote a bit after that. Now we are down to exchanging cards.
4) Do you feel that you have good penmanship? Did you ever have to take a handwriting class in school? Do you prefer typing letters or writing them by hand? Have you ever had yourhandwriting analyzed?
My penmanship varies in quality. I can write neatly, but I can write sloppily. No handwriting classes besides the usual teaching kids to write in elementary school. I love handwritten letters, but I prefer to type them. My cousin's wife analyzed it once years ago.
5) If you could receive a personal, hand-written letter from anyone in the world right now, who would you choose and why? Why would you want a letter from him/her?
Wow - that's a tough one, but it would be someone in the family or a friend. How about all my friends and family send me a letter, and then I'll decide which one I liked best? LOL