Breadsticks made on the woodstove.My sincerest thanks to all the Happy Thanksgiving e-mails and e-cards from people who were concerned I might be alone again this year. It's really nice to know my supporters care about whether I get to enjoy a family life (and if I have any friends left in RL). As lately I have become very suspicious of some other researchers writing about globalism, and I'm beginning to question their bios and wondering if they are who they say they are, I decided maybe I'd put some pictures up and see if it looks like I hired people to "pose" as my friends. So, the challenge is... do I really know the people in my pictures, or are they paid actors? You decide.
Friday, November 23, 2007
80 degrees warmer than last Thanksgiving!
Last year on Thanksgiving Day I was living in a wall tent heated only by my little woodstove. It had been about 40 below zero all month. Rejecting an invite to my nicest neighbor's for dinner, I stayed home alone and contemplated my frozen, fading committment to American freedom. This year it was 40 above, my daughter and grandson are with me, and I have a lot to be thankful for. So I cleaned and re-organized my GerTee and had 8 people over for a huge feast.