Friday, December 29, 2006

Loose Ends

My head is being filled with the madness of the day.

Ford dying
Saddam hanging
Last minute tax issues
New Years
The old year

Ford -- made it to 93. He had a long life and got to experience the greatest job on the planet. He can be found to have done both good and bad for America. Appointing Justice Stevens to the Supreme Court and how it has changed the future of America, may well be what tips the scales on his legacy.
How can this one mans death after 30 years of almost invisible status be held to such high visibility in his end?

Saddam -- This man has done so much to so many. He had the ability to reach around the globe and cause the stir of a number of emotions. Most of which are bad.
Like it or not, this man is getting what he deserves, far to late for many. May his death revive the soul of his country and bring them hope.
Many fear reprisal, I long for healing and renewed confidence in the future of Iraq. Maybe we here in America could learn something through the carrying out of Iraqi justice.

Taxes -- Have you looked at your bottom line to make sure you haven't missed any deductions. Now is the time to make donations and contributions. Now is also the time to look at asset management. I believe all should pay their fair share but no one should be robbed.

2007 -- I can't believe it is almost here. I have been waiting for this new year. It offers promises that I have been waiting so long for. I wish you all the happiness as it comes upon you.

2006 -- This was a tough year for my family. We lost two and will miss them very much. We over came many struggles and yet we live on with hope.

How many of you will inventory your year and find it wanting? Now carefully unwrap the new year and make plans to make it better. You learned the lessons of the old year. I hate the word resolution but what will you do different?

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Christi said...

Happy New Year, Ablur!

7:06 AM, January 01, 2007  
Anonymous mudkitty said...

How 'bout the madness of the last 6 years?

9:54 AM, January 05, 2007  

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