Japan was trashed by a both a severe earthquake and a tsunami on its Northern coast. I haven't been writing about it since it seemed like bad luck since until yesterday or so one of Tad's friends was missing. To write about the tragedy without knowledge of her status seemed to just beg for the worst ending. She has been found and if you watch the Today Show she actually was on it, Canon Purdy. I had been worried about how she was even though I don't know her well. The catastrophe was bad enough without adding personal tragedy to it. I am thankful that she was ok as she was in Minamisanriku which was one of the small coastal towns that was flattened.
As for the housing search, we may only need a place now for the next month while family is in town for a wedding. We could move and stay here for however long we wish. It's not an ideal house because it has a twin bed and some of the appliances aren't great but it's a safe neighborhood, I know I can get to work and Tad to school. We're still looking and considering but until Tad has some sort of job it is very hard to be anything but cautious.
I have finally gotten a library card and have already consumed a few books. I added to my collection Mary Poppins and am working through a 1930s scifi called The Green Child by Herbert Read. It has been a dull book so far and I'm two out of three sections complete. Read loves utopias and there is a definitely a slant against American Indians as lazy and stupid. The books is also written in a drawn out, dull style from the 1800s. I'll talk more tomorrow or the next day when I have finished this book.
For now this is everything, there's a lot going on and spring is just around the corner. Soon I'll have pics and we'll do crazy things. Also, tomorrow is St Patrick's Day, so enjoy your beer.
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