Toad in the Hole
July 18, 2006
Field Trip of the Week
An old friend who I haven't seen in way too long has, as I thought she might, one of those up-close-and-personal and rational views of the current horror in Lebanon. Hi, Leila!Posted at July 18, 2006 08:26 PM
Yabbut who are you? Hi back to ya! Make yourself known, please!
Posted by: Leila at July 19, 2006 09:35 PM
Woops, I didn't look on the bottom left side of the page. But an old post about birds and Joe found at random gave me a clue. Hi Ron!
Posted by: Leila at July 19, 2006 09:37 PM
Ah hah, so those are my fieldmarks.
Haven't seen you in a hen's age -- in fact, I think the last time was in your backyard eating and drinking and having a great time. Except for when the Blue Angels flew over and you worked very hard at not flinching, and your younger son flinched instead.
I mean. Speaking of collateral damage.
I do like your blog.
Posted by: Ron at July 20, 2006 12:28 AM
Yeah, I still don't like low-flying fighter jets, the physical reaction is involuntary. And I only saw one bombing raid that "only" killed a dozen or so people. Nothing compared to this past two weeks.
And we wonder why folks in South Lebanon are so full of hate.
Posted by: Leila at July 25, 2006 05:42 AM
Oh yes, and thank you for the compliment, glad you like Dove's Eye View. Hey, it's named for a bird!
Posted by: Leila at July 25, 2006 05:43 AM