Friday, November 16.
Peggy and I are overwhelmed with the outpouring of love and financial aid that so many of you have given.
We have rented a house in Thousand Oaks and are buying furniture. Our dogs are still in the kennel but we hope to get our furry friends out by Sunday. One day at a time for the moment.
We have lost all of our books and DVD’s that were stored in our garage. In other words, all our inventory is gone. Picking up the pieces and we hope to get up and rolling in a few weeks. We’ll see. L.A.
We lost everything our house and studio are all gone as well as all of our products that were stored in our garages.
The place looks like an A-bomb hit it. There’s nothing left… nothing.
We are homeless.
God will bring good out of this because that’s what He does.
In the meantime, we have created a gofundme page.
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Only the White man would think that if he cut a blanket in two and took the bottom half and attached it to the top half of the blanket he would have a bigger blanket.
Old First-Nation Saying on Daylight Savings time…
Then we have the workers at Stone Henge England. This picture will attest to their dedication to Daylight Savings Time. While this is an arduous endeavor that is repeated in the fall and spring of every year, the Brits have lived up to the task and continue to move the giant stones to keep Daylight Savings time on track!
I want to take a moment and give a special shout-out to Ben Franklin who thought this would be a good idea. Thanks, for ruining my sleep pattern, Ben.
(Thanks to Tony M. for sending the picture my way!)