Well, I think it's a great idea. I shared it with our teacher afterwards who has read Les Mis and he appreciated the analogy.
My submersible pump is doing a fine job watering the orchard.
This evening we invited 2 families over for dinner. We talked about a fermented herring that is popular in Sweden, the dead zone around Chernobyl, and one guest is in the Navy, he has spent time in the Phillipeans and he discussed issues regarding the increase of Muslim extremist within the country.
Sadly, I have lost my childcare provider for BYU education week. I am hopeful to attend at lest one class each week if Gove can be available.
I like this quote of James E. Faust ( he died Saturday morning, an apostle of Jesus Christ)
"Private choices are not private. They all have public consequences...
Our society is the sum total of what millions of individuals do in their private lives.
That sum total of private behavior has worldwide public consequences of enormous magnitude.
There are no completely private choices."
Fare thee well.