14 February 2007

Feb. 14

This is the second anniversary of Hariri’s assassination. Our family has been instructed to stay home, which we are mostly doing, and it seems that no one else is. Massive demonstrations are going on down town, and I admit that I am worried about what might happen today and in the coming weeks. I’ve heard honking, yelling, sirens, etc. all morning. There is nothing quite like the threat of civil war/disturbance to nullify my interest in writing about art. It seems that everything is ok at the moment.

The girls and I made these hearts for Valentine’s Day.

Yes Kathleen, that’s the scrapbooking paper you gave me. Thanks again. Star also decided that we needed a cake (since all holidays require cake, didn’t you know that already?), so I made one with peaches and cream. If you know someone I love, kiss them for me.


Dad said...

I wish I could be there to enjoy the holiday with all you lovely ladies. I have sent a box to you through Matthew and it should be there in the next week or so. I was hoping it would get there by Valentine's Day but you can celebrate again when it does arrive. You never did comment about my comment about always anterior. Read it and let me know what you think. Love you three, all four of you. I have always been good with numbers.

Mary Ann said...

oooh, a box! I love boxes.