we ain't got a barrel of money,
Maybe we're ragged and funny,
But we travel along singing our song,
side by side,
Oh we don't know what's coming tomorrow,
Maybe it's trouble and sorrow,
But we'll travel the road, sharing our load,
side by side"
Loved this song as a kid, played the old 78 on a wind up gramaphone in Granny's living room.
The current state of global economic affiars are my childhood dream come true.
Who says I'm not clairvoyant! Really, it seems nobody else but me saw this coming!
The ends are barely meeting these days, and worse is to come they say. We will though, all be side by side!
Terra and Lares dropped by over the weekend and gave Attila a hand with installing new deck posts. It was a job that really required an extra set of hands, and with help from Lares it was done and dusted in one afternoon. The weather was lovely, so we all enjoyed a nice visit to boot! Terra and Lares have a new car, one that gets excellent gas mileage. That should make travelling easier for them, in many ways.
Today I'm baking bread in the oven and a batch of granola in the crockpot.
My book, the genealogy tome I have researched and written for our dear friends Em and Henry, is almost ready to hit the press. Feels good, it really does, to have it so close to completion. I am waiting to hear if they want me to publish it and donate a copy to the North York Public Libary Canadiana collection. That would be more work, but definitely worth the time.
A few interesting sites have come to my attention while cruising around looking at links to recommend on Living Local. They aren't really directly related, but they are fun.
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By The Easy Chair
by Kate Mosse
"Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity."
Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968)
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