Wednesday, August 26, 2009


I am a proud extra crispy bucket of progressive democrat and I'm sad today. I hope there is another generation of Kennedy's waiting in the wings that will carry on Ted's work.


sharon crescent said...

there is. her name is caroline. :)

Anonymous said...

The universe is a funny thing - I clicked on your site from Olive Rue, to see this post, and heard Colin Hay, and said, "that's my song"!

I should tell you that I am an extra spicy bucket of independent conservative, but was saddened, too, at Sen. Kennedy's passing....posted on the very same topic today. Born and bred of Austin liberals, I remember watching his concession speech at the 1980 Dem convention - knowing even then my politics would be different than my parents - understanding that what is missing in this world is men of conviction. Passion abounds, but conviction, in pursuit of excellence, is a hard thing to find.

So thrilled to have found you, and I cannot wait to shop your store. My girls are jewelry hounds, so we'll be visitin'! Love.

Anonymous said...

Today is my first visit to your great blog.
President Kennedy was killed when I was about 4 years old. (I actually remember it !) I have often wondered how different our world might be had he lived :( RIP Teddy.


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