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08 July 2008



Thank you for the roses, sweetie. They are lovely!

An aside (and not to distract from the seriousness of the topic) but since you mentioned those stupid AP stories, I thought I would recommend a hilarious book by fellow Inner Sunset resident and SF Chronicle cartoonist, Don Asmussen.

It's called Dog vs. Cat: A Nation Divided and it's a very humorous distraction from all of the "real" crap we read about this election. You can see it here on google books:,M1

Can't wait to see you soon!


Thank you fro bring this to my attention. Yikes! Is it possible I smell your beautiful roses all the way here in WI? I think so :)

pam aries

Hi Tara..I am quickly dropping you a hello before the computer kicks me off! The roses are loverly!


Your roses are just lovely. I can almost feel their smell! Your work Tara is remarkable. All the very best wishes.


Keeping my fingers crossed over that FISA deal...
Thanks for the roses - they're lovely, Tara, You deserve all the encouraging words and good wishes, and so much more! ~xOx


The FISA mess is wild, I had no idea! I haven't been under a rock, just busy. I find it difficult to keep up with it all. If it weren't for you, I'd know nil about American politics, so thanks for keeping me in the loop. I love reading about it.
Thanks for the roses?! I must go back and read "Leaps", not sure if I missed it? I hope not. I may be back with another comment! Forgive my ignorance!!!!


How very lovely! I've thought of you often these past days as we've been watching the Tour de France (over and over, it seems -- when Greg was in surgery we saw day one two and a half times.) I know they are far from you, but I hope you're on the street when they ride into Paris! I really want to see your amazing photos!

Don't even start me on McCain or the campaign. Grrr.

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