Keeping in touch is one of the rewards of blogging. Between email, the internet and my blog, I feel I have a lifeline to the greatest community in the world. Information at my fingertips and above all keeping in touch with people. Remember the telephone ad? Reach out and touch someone? That is what it is like.
I heard from Genvieve
Hardy, a Navajo woman we met on the road who invited us to dine with her
and educated us about her culture. She weaves, teaches and works hard. I
love it when we get a hello from our travels. We met her in 2012 in
I blogged Joan Higgins yesterday and up popped Pat
Seiferth, a person I dearly care about and because of a computer glitch,
we went our separate ways. I'll explain it in as few words as possible.
I received two emails from Pat that had a cryptic note: PLEASE REMOVE
ME FROM YOUR MAILING LIST. I was hurt and she denied sending it. The
second one came and she denied sending it, as well, as did her husband.
Several years later, my daughter told me that some email programs do
that when the box is full, or just as a filter in their system, they
will send the very message I was sure came From Pat. Mystery solved. By
then, Pat had moved out-of-state, address unknown. My apologies, Pat.
I'm smarter now.
my good friend Marilyn Pinnow let me know, as she sat among the moving
boxes admiring the leaves out her window, that she had moved back to
Murphys and asked me to attend a Day Of The Dead Procession that has
gained a following in Murphys over the last three years. It is something
you see in Mexico, Argentina, Brazil. It is about celebrating the lives
of those you love who have passed. Another way of keeping in touch.
friend, Ron Heinsma, sends me so many emails from so many fields of
interest, I look forward to them every day. This morning I got an email
about how to connect with the Viet Nam Memorial Wall in D.C. If you
know someone who died in Viet Nam, it might be of interest to check out
the Virtual Wall on the link below: