Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Thank you

my darlings, for posting so thoughtfully and extensively upon Pretty Lady's Inner Peace question. Pretty Lady believes most sincerely that Inner Peace is THE most important question, because Inner Peace is the only way to Outer Peace; that is, it extends itself, it does not impose itself. Thus she is most grateful for your sincere responses.

Pretty Lady is On The Road Again, for this holiday season; the packages are not quite wrapped, the 4-wheeler is not quite loaded, but we are On Our Way regardless. Merry, merry, warm & bright; always remember that Pretty Lady loves you. Always and forever.


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Desert Cat said...

Lovely comment anonymous...thing.

Merry Christmas and bon voyage!

Anonymous said...

Mother Teresa gave the best forumla I've seen for achieving Peace, innner and outer:


The fruit of silence is PRAYER.

The fruit of prayer is FAITH.

The fruit of faith is LOVE.

The fruit of love is SERVICE.

The fruit of service is PEACE.

Anonymous said...

Don't come to colorado. We have a wee bit of snow. And I don't know how you new yorkers could drive on it. probably the rest of them that migrated here. In the ditch or running into someone else.


Pretty Lady said...

Starbuck, you are Confused. It is Texans who are incapable of driving on snow. New Yorkers see quite a lot of the stuff; we may be reckless, but we are not incompetent. Pretty Lady has once parallel parked her 4-wheeler between two mountains of black ice in a spot with less than six inches of wiggle room, on one pull. But she suspects that this was a one-time only miracle, bestowed because of the lateness of the hour and the dearth of other parking spaces and the exhaustedness of Pretty Lady. She will probably never be able to do it again.

Pretty Lady said...

Terrymum, that is both simple and true, in my experience. Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

Try 3 feet of snow, not very much moving. Of course it makes for a very slow accident! What you said about texans is very true. They see snow and go faster! I think it is a denial thing...

And, I have always been confused. You didn't have to rub it in. Now my feelings are just crumbling. I don't think I will be able to get out of my house... ever... Of course the real reason is the snow. But that didn't sound as emotional.

I hope you are having a great trip.
Where are you headed? (state or city that is...)

Anonymous said...

Do you miss me yet?

Are you there yet?


Anonymous said...

Stardollar, there is no there there.