ANDREW AND BUDDHA
This is our youngest son and his puppy. He finally moved from an apartment to a house with a fenced backyard, so the first thing he did was to get a puppy, since he finally could. :)
I drove up there today and we ate lunch out, then went computer shopping. Afterwards, since Samantha had to take the new car into the shop!, I dropped him off at the college.
I left my favorite internet art group today. The hurricane had turned it into a Bush-bashing forum, and I certainly don't need shovel loads of negativity dumped into my online life. Why is it that anti-whatever people and negativity spewing people are so vocal with their every thought, but others are not? After I left the group, I got several emails saying, 'thanks for speaking up - I feel the same way' and things like that. It just seems much easier nowadays to be negative and 'anti'. That is always socially acceptable, while the opposing view is frequently not.