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Re: earthquake

DF: Some years are like that, for many people...in one two year period,
we lost 10 members of our immediate family...it seemed at the time that
things were never going to come to an end...but they have trickled down
to a much more manageable level...I think when you endure a year or two
like that, you just get sort of numb...it enables you to just keep on
going...be prepared though, for the time that will come in the future
when you do have time and emotional energy to begin reflecting on your
losses/tough times...you'll need to regroup then, too. Hope things start
looking better for your family in the new year.

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Tue 12/23, David Franzman < dfranzma@pacbell.net > wrote:
From: David Franzman [mailto: dfranzma@pacbell.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 09:57:03 -0800
Subject: Re: [CHAT] earthquake

Hi<br><br>Thanks Pam for asking. We're fine and 200 miles north of the
quake. <br>Some members of my family were in the thick of it including
another <br>sister. My niece lives in Paso Robles (I think my family is
cursed) and <br>she lost anything breakable that could fall of a shelf
but is otherwise <br>fine. I have a cousin (geologist) who lives in the
mountains of Big Sur <br>just north of San Simeon (Hearst Castle) which
was the epicenter. We <br>haven't been able to get a hold of
them.<br><br>It's been a pretty interesting year here in the golden
state. Fires, <br>quakes, sharks, the Regurgitator: If I was a paranoid
kind of guy I <br>would somebody has a vendetta against
us.<br><br>DF<br>Pamela J. Evans wrote:<br><br>>Hey - heard there was a
quake in central CA yesterday! Is everyone<br>>alright? Those things
must be utterly terrifying. Check in all you<br>>golden state folks when
you can!! The stupid news spent more time<br>>yapping about some dumb
football player playing after losing his father<br>>(like he fought off
the Nazis single handed while bleeding to death they<br>>made it sound
like) instead of giving any REAL news about something<br>>important.
Morons in the media, they make me
crazy....<br>><br>><br>>Ugh!!!<br>><br>>--<br>>Pam Evans<br>>Kemp
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