Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Edit: A couple of people had asked about the dog, which was a found, not a lost dog. Just checked with the shelter and apparently once it's in there a number of rules have to be followed for people to get the dog back, which the dog's owners are in the process of doing. I am glad that I now know there are two neighbors who could watch a dog for a day or so while we looked for owners, because once it's in the shelter the whole ownership thing comes into play. It's a huge difference, being responsible for an animal (how it feels for the individual) and owning it (How the powers that be slot things into boxes).


notmassproduced said...


notmassproduced said...

ps loving your photos in the last posts too. can't waiti to pop back when i'm not rushing and have a closer look :o)

Nao Sims said...

We are thinking of you folks down there today!

We're hoping and praying for very much needed change.

Paola said...

You have great illustrations and photographs here.
Enjoy this important day, World's eyes are today in America.
Though late I want to thank you for visitting my blog and your kind comment :)


Yipee...we did it!
Hope for a better future!
Thanks for your beautiful & thoughtful comment...

"YES we CAN!!!"

milly (elephants&redwoods) said...

I met your friend Josh Miller last night at an Obama rally!

milly (elephants&redwoods) said...

Thanks for sharing the link!! What a great pic.

Anonymous said...

here I was A hemisphere away with tears in my eyes at Obamas election speech. Both of us shed a tear of relief.. if the US can do it, then the world can.. change and have hope.

C. L. DeMedeiros said...


Is the right time
to be happy!

I'm hoping the bliss will be
above and around for days to come!

By the way:
Was an amazing experience to walk from 42nd street to 57nd st over Broadway, early this morning, people smiling strangers talking

we need this so bad
8 years of fear and doom,
was a looooong time.


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