This is in response to the following Facebook status by friend Andrew Kamerosky, posted today: This morning, eleven years ago, I sat in class when another teacher came into the room and without saying a word turned on the tv. It took me a few moments to even understand what the image of the burning picture […]
It was real nice to pull up the news this morning and see the president taking responsibility for our nation’s stuttered rescue of stranded hurricane survivors in New Orleans. “Katrina exposed serious problems in our response capability at all levels of government,” Mr. Bush said. “And to the extent that the federal government didn’t fully […]
In case you are wondering what people on a remote Nicaraguan Island do to pass the time, here is a picture of our dartboard at Casa Iguana.
In the wake of last week’s presidential election, the tension is palpable on the highways and in the letters to the editor. We were rear-ended while sitting at a stop sign yesterday. There seem to be more sirens and barking dogs than usual. Our social structure is beginning to unravel. Chaos cannot be too far […]
How about that election? Now the world will really love the Americans! My analogy is this – A bride joins the groom at the altar. There is the scent of flowers in the air, the music is playing softly, everyone looks splendid and an expectant hush falls over the gathering. The groom pulls out a […]