Sunday, November 18, 2007

I've included a link to Martha Stewart's blog. Love her or hate her, you've got to admit that she handled her recent incarceration with grace and dignity, and she has moved on. I think she has also acquired some humbleness. I like her by the way. Martha lost her Mom this past week. We all know how hard that can be. Earlier this week, I think it was Friday, she mentioned that her Mom was in the hospital and one could see the tears in her eyes. Godspeed Big Martha.

This version of I'll Be Home for Christmas is a wonderful tribute to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. I wish they were home.

Listening to: Josh Groban - I'll Be Home for Christmas
via FoxyTunes


~Betsy said...

I'm not much of a Martha Stewart fan, but I do think she got a raw deal with that stock stuff. She handled it like a lady and got on with her life. She's a survivor. Regardless, loosing your mother is hard. She'll probably handle this with grace and dignity as well.

flintysooner said...

I've always liked Martha Stewart. I happened to say once that I thought she was quite attractive and you can't imagine how much kidding I've taken about that comment. Beats me why because I think I'm right.

I've read about her life and I do admire her for what she's accomplished. I'm quite certain she has faults but to find them I don't have to look past the end of my own nose.

I didn't realize her mother died. Thanks for posting.

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