27 October 2010

149th Day


A yellow, blustery Wednesday.

12 comments:

  1. Me gusta amarillo. Muchisimo.

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  2. Oh, Paige. I knew I couldn't count on Hope for even the tiniest recognition of Theodore Roosevelt's birthday, but I held out hope for you....It's ok. Don't worry about me. I'll piece my heart back together...quietly....

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  3. Of course not. But come 4 January Dirksen will definitely make an appearance.

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  4. I figured you had 8 August planned out!

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  5. Ah. I fail. Go figure. The wind blew all my thoughts away. You know the funny thing is, I thought about his birthday this morning - I couldn't remember if it was yesterday or today. Shame on me. My sincerest apologies. I can send you some tape if you need help piecing your heart back together =)

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  6. That's ok. I remain very fond of both of you, and I love your blog.

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  7. If by 8 August, you mean 27 August, I guess I was still in summer mode. Or I wasn't on the defensive about TR. I have to combat every Roosevelt reference with a Dirksen or Johnson one, you know!

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  8. Darn it! Yes, I meant the 27th. I should have remembered that both LBJ and TR were born on the 27th--different months.
    Sorry. If it isn't about Daisy Low or a Roosevelt, I'm barely paying attention...

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  9. That's a problem. You should always pay attention to LBJ. Are you sure that you've lived in Texas?

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  10. Oh, man. Don't make me sing the fight song.
    I've been to Johnson City and I've actually seen the Pederales. I've met Lady Bird Johnson. But I don't think that Daisy Low was ever in the Lone Star State.

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  11. Oh come on, I want to hear the fight song! And if Daisy never went to Texas, she never lived.

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  12. Boy, am I sure missing a conversation...

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