I ask "How fast does it go?" and he said "Fast enough". On further questioning I found that it went 6 knots. "One hundred and forty four nautical miles in a day" he said "during which time I sleep, read and eat. I also do repairs and keep watch. In 21 days I can be more than 3000 N miles from here". I had never thought of it that way. Breathing in and out, sleeping, reading and just living and letting the wind take me away. I fell for it and went sailing. -Tom Swaim-


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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Old Fools Journal: Susy


R.I.P. She is missed already and she is just barely gone.

13 comments:

Melanie said...

How sad. So sorry for your loss.

Big Oak said...

I am sorry for your loss. She has such a happy twinkle in her eyes in this photo.

Steven Cain said...

Damn... damn.

rlove2bike said...

Yes, how sad. We are sorry for the loss to you and your family.

Steve A said...

Perhaps she and Inky will meet now in the hereafter.

Emmy said...

I'm so sorry, OF.....*hugs*

Rat Trap Press said...

She actually looks like she's smiling in this picture. I'm sure she led a happy contented life.

limom said...

I feel your pain.

Ben in Texas said...

I truly am sorry, Words from me won't ease your pain
Just know that you will get through this.

Gwen Buchanan said...

We never forget a good dog.

f said...

Stephen, I owe you the quote, "Damn... damn." Sorry for the loss

Lord Wellbourne said...

Sad to see you go, Susy! Save us a spot on that big comfy couch in heaven.

URBANDON (Don Pezzano) said...

So sorry to hear. Ours may not last past new year so I understand your feeling.