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Value of a Person
The WashPost has an occasional column called the Fine Print and in yesterday's, we learn that Iraqi people and cars have the same value. A commander may pay $2,500 for compensation for a dead Iraqi or a dead car (both killed by US troops). Their economy is not as high as ours, but that's still a pittance for a person.
I've picked the painter and will be trying to schedule the whole moving/laminate/painting/moving to-do today.
Spirit frequently comes in the evening to sit between my legs in the recliner, but last night, she burrowed between the nightgown and robe and curled up in the same place -- just with cover over her.
In bookgroup on the 17th, we were supposed to bring our "comfort" book, and I don't have one of those, so I brought the most recent Jack McDevitt…
Today is the 20th year that I've owned my condo, and also the day my mother died in 1972. I like to try to do something volunteerish to remember…
When I finished the last post, I got the nutrition I needed, read the 31st paper, did a lot of little things around the house, and now have gotten…