Re: extreemly important
- --- In Pagan-Headstone-Campaign@yahoogroups.com, Connie <qitty@...> wrote:
> So, there I was today - caught in a rainstorm (which doesn't happen
> very often in Egypt!) and took shelter in a flower stall. I bought
> some flowers, and then stood chatting with the owners and a bunch of
> soldiers who were also escaping the rain. So, they asked me, you are
> French? Nope, American. Ah, one said. "Mr. Bush." How freaking
> awkward! They weren't negative or positive. I just rolled my eyes,
> and said I thought it was time for a new president! They laughed. Most
> Egyptians I meet all say that they love Americans, just not American
> policy. But, still, what a pain. This is as bad as it was when I was
> overseas during the Clinton years :-p Aren't we overdo for a really
> hoo-ah, great president?!?
Way over due for a good president and maybe way over due for a great president
Catching up as I was quite sick yesterday, up chucking and out of it for 24 hours.
- --- In Pagan-Headstone-Campaign@yahoogroups.com, "firedancewicca"
>There are lots of aspects of me that only a few people know about. And
> I never knew you where Gardnerian ?
I make no claim to being Gardnerian, just that I hold degrees that use
the words Old Order.