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14 August, 2014
Rat Fink

I’m experiencing your standard-issue vast array of thoughts and emotions this morning.

Truth be told, I’m still off-center about the death of Robin Williams. And the madness in Ferguson has me very upset. I’m a bit apprehensive about whether Remy will like the new prospective brother we’re going to meet this morning. Just when I decide to not subject myself to anymore insulting, ignorant, hurtful statements about teachers in general, I open Twitter. Oy.

However…

I get to see the Js tonight at a concert their father’s playing on, and I’m pretty sure I’m getting together with the A’s at some point over the weekend. This afternoon, Kay and I are going to see Hundred Foot Journey and maybe enjoy some victuals afterwards. Sunday, we help Bob and Kay staff their open house, giving tours and answering questions. Yay, I feel important; like the Thistlefink Docent. :-)

So, as is always the case, there’s a sunny side to every situation. The quest for daily balance and serenity amidst the oncoming insanity continues.

I’ll check in later with a critter update.

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RD
RD
14 August, 2014 9:02 am

I’m also saddened by the death of Robin Williams and pray for those who suffer with depression. It’s an insidious disease. I’m deeply dismayed and grieved by the horrendous and torturous treatment my Christian brothers and sisters are experiencing at the hands of radical Muslim extremists in Iraq. I hope everything goes well as potentially you introduce a new rescue dog to your family. Do you have an inkling as to how Remy will respond to such a change? As for public school teachers–they are my heroes. Most of them selflessly serve children and youth in fundamental and formative ways… Read more »

David
David
14 August, 2014 11:24 am

The last few days I have been struck with this thought, that we live in such a big World that has gotten exponentially “smaller” because of technology. With a click of a keyboard I can know the happenings of the Kurds on Mount Sinjar, the trials of South American children trying to cross the Rio Grande in search of Utopia, the racial tensions reaching a boiling point in middle America and the suicide details of a comedic icon mere hours removed. We used to simply not know and in our ignorance we went about our lives with less tragedy to… Read more »