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Monday, July 2, 2007

Dear Readers

Whew, what can I say?...we are living in strange times. I just wanted to take a moment to apologize for my lack of posting/involvement with responses and commenting on the work of others this past week.

I must admit that my energy levels have been tapped, and emotionally I've been low as well...with 7/7/7 looming, I realize that there is much to be looking at, and with the floods and "terror" ongoing in the U.K. I should be hard at work...I've had to take a step back, and really just let this all wash over me this past week.

I think there is plenty to take in, and obviously much upcoming to write about and reflect upon, which I have every intention on doing (as well as finalizing the third Ceres installment).

My best to each and everyone of you (you know who you are)! I imagine that our July 4th shall give me a good chance to get some writing done (as it means nothing), and I look forward to reading and commenting on what everyone else uncovers as well.

5 comments:

Steven said...

Hey Todd, enjoy your 4th of July barbecue.. and remember that fireworks were first associated with the date in 1777 a year after the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.. Another 777.

hoi polloi said...

I shall light a sparkler for you :)

aferrismoon said...

HP - don't forget to tie it to Todd's tale

filmnoir said...

Well played!!

our little furry friends actually are in the news today

http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/07/05/rabid.fox.ap/index.html

aferrismoon said...

Hi
The little creatures is gittin' like flies >
From The Song of Solomon [ The Song of Songs] >
Ch.2 v.15
Take us the Foxes, the little foxes that spoil the vinyards, For our vinyards are in blossum.
My beloved is mine, he feedeth his flock among the lilies, until the day be cool and the shadows flee away.

Its a beautiful book of the Bible but the proximity of foxes who spoil vinyards [ which must relate to the samson foxes - or how many armies of foxes are there] and Mr Kotze's Lilies was too much
The Rabid Fox story - like Samson but wiser and compassionate - nice one Rayshun - Samshun