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December 25, 2007



Hattie: I thought Yom Kippur was the time of year: "when they reflected on all the losses in their lives and their thwarted hopes for the future. Their chief complaint was that they had married and had children."
Ugh. This is not a good thing.
Hattie, I am glad that your parents married and had YOU!!!! You are a smart, wonderful lady and I enjoy your visits to my blog and I love coming to your blog and reading and learning all that you think, say and do.
I wish you a very, merry and most wonderful Christmas and an exceptional new year!!!!
You are an important person. Please don't ever, ever think otherwise!!!!!


My parents were wrong about their lives.
Thanks for the kind words, Boomie. I enjoy your blog a lot and the perspective you bring to things finanicial, the sort of things you don't read about in the New York Times.
Best to you and yours in tHe New Year.


You could always make a big deal about valentines when your grandkids come. I'm so sappy I love that holiday.

Merries and Happies.


Wishing you a belated Frohliche Weihnachten/Mele Kalikimaka.

I'd like to recommend a very good book on the local economy (which I bought for myself during Christmas shopping the other day) titled, Islands in Transition: The Past, Present, and Future of Hawaii's Economy, by Thomas Kemper Hitch (Honolulu: First Hawaiian Bank, 1992).

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