Boxing Day, 2007. I took advantage of the commercialism I railed against in my last post and bought a few clothes at The Bay in
Weekends at Cynthia and James’s place are wonderful; they’re both excellent cooks and we had the best prime rib and the best turkey I’ve ever eaten. The weather turned balmy for Christmas day and today we drove home on clear, wet highways.
I appreciate your comments on the blog posts. Most of you who do respond choose to do so by email rather than on the blog itself, and that’s OK. Marg in Cambridge Bay is a faithful reader and apropos to my blog on acronyms informs me that the Inuit of Nunavut have more than mastered the art of organizational acronymania, possibly beyond even the UN. She also tells me that Christmas in
Our Thompson “family” got together in
A little tidbit I wanted to share with you all. As you may know, George Bush is a member of the United Methodist faith. On November 9th at a semiannual meeting of United Methodist bishops a resolution urging the immediate and complete withdrawal of American troops from