Interesting ad my cousin Jeff came across in Seattle the other day. Perhaps this is part of the collective conscience the umons talk about.
Miro: My investment has survived the hurricane with little damage. A few repairs and when Karpland is back on its feet, we will be right there with it. In the meantime I will be meeting with Katherine. She/he is overwhelmed with all that is going on. Hopefully I can talk to her/him about the loss of Ivan, the absence of Max and the responsibility of running the islands.
In all honesty, it is not such a bad place to live. That is if you don’t mind 130 degrees in the shade and marginal services. All I can say is that it is a good thing I like fish. Apparently it is the main course on all the menus. That being said I do miss my creature comforts. I cannot compare our little Karpland to Paris, so I won’t. That would not be fair. I am also aware that my services are desperately needed here. Hopefully I can set up a better communication system and conduct business from home. Otherwise I’m afraid my little visit may turn into an extended stay. But for now I will try not to get a head of myself. First thing is first, Katherine’s concerns and then finding Ivan.