Showing posts from August, 2001
[Cross-post] The photos, for those of you who are interested, are up. We have photos back from 3 people, but I have only had time to do two pages (I love Dreamweaver ). Yes, they are all rough, but you want to look at pictures, right. The photos have been submitted by Adam K and Gene W. Check them out at
d a i l y t h o u g h t "Reality doesn't bite, rather our perception of reality bites." - Anthony J. D'Angelo
"Write something to suit yourself and many people will like it; write something to suit everybody and scarcely anyone will care for it. --Jesse Stuart So if you feel like reading, here are a few things that I have written myself .
"A friend is someone who sees through you and still enjoys the view." - Wilma Askinas
From Ann Landers on August 4 Dear Ann Landers: I am 46 years old, with grown children and elderly parents -- the so-called "sandwich generation." This has been a most difficult time for me. I do not want to put my children through this same misery and have written a list to remind myself how to behave when I am the age my parents are now. I hope you will print it to help others who may be in the same situation. -- Buffalo, N.Y. Dear Buffalo: Your list should be required reading for everyone over 60. It is chock-full of wisdom and caring. Thanks for sending it on. Here it is: 1. When my children tell me I should no longer drive, I will believe them and quit, because I know they love me. 2. When it becomes apparent that I need extra help, I will accept it from outsiders because my children cannot do everything. They have other obligations beyond my daily care. 3. It is up to me to make my life fulfilling. It is not my children's responsibility. I must
d a i l y t h o u g h t "It is wise to direct your anger towards problems -- not people; to focus your energies on answers -- not excuses." - William Arthur Ward