This last week I have felt “ VERY AGED”, and am very slowly recovering to full mobility. Tonight it is Hugh’s turn to struggle with back pain, so with sleep abandoned for some time, I turned to “ Ugly Hedgehog” for some evening entertainment.
One member sent in this link.Simply enter your birth dates, and it will tell you in days or years your age and the day of the week you were born.
Last night the sky had the most glorious colours, but in an instant they were gone, and I missed the best part. The deeper golden glow had faded and in a few moments was gone completely.
I think of all those in Colorado with the severe devastating flooding, and wonder if they see the sky at night, and sun in the daytime, and how they all are.I cannot imagine the scope of this disaster, and know from my blog friends that repairs to roads,let alone homes and businesses, will take months, and for some, years. A lifetime of memories, belongings, and a family home gone in an instant.
And naturally my thoughts are with “ Team New Zealand” and all others in San Francisco, as we are into the maybe final stages of
“ America’s Cup”.
Excitement, sheer panic, dismay at a loss, disgust at Tweets, and hopes that all crews stay safe, and show good sportsmanship, as we wait for the next races on Wednesday.
Quotation of the day, from Henry Kissinger
“In crises the most daring course is often safest”
Greetings from Jean