My step-father died about thirty years ago. My mom just last summer.
Today I opened a letter addressed to my step father that included two new Nordstrom credit cards.
Meanwhile, I'm still battling with Feedburner problems. (I know, I need to find a new RSS feed. I will, I will.) I posted yesterday about why I thought Rep. Johnson had filed to appeal the decision of the Superior Court to allow Gov. Walker's Medicaid expansion even though though the legal counsel told Sen. Gary Stevens that such a move required a vote of both houses. It didn't make it to other blogrolls. So if any one is interested you can get to it here. I tried to put the issue into context. It also includes the complete contract between the Alaska Legislative Council and the DC law firm Bancroft PLLC.
And for people who do come here when they see the new post links at other blogs, if you don't see anything for more than a day, you might just want to check anyway. Or you can subscribe and get your own reminder - those seem to be working.
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