Sunday, April 11, 2010

John and I are just sitting around wondering if we're the only people on earth who think it's crazy bizarre that the deaths of Poland's president and the major leaders of most of it's government has taken the back burner to a golf game.

In the words of Julia Sugarbaker: "Have you all just completely lost your minds?"

4 comments:

Bette said...

Oh, Julia Sugarbaker! Is it wrong that Dixie Carter's death, as a fellow West Tennessean, hit me much harder than any other tragic news this weekend? I met her Davis-Kidd one night in the 90s.

cotton girl said...

I wonder the same thing. It's like the important, significant things mean absolutely nothing anymore. But running after a little ball to put it in a hole is so much more important. It's like no one knows what's important anymore. What is this coming to?

jan said...

No, Bette, it ain't. On a personal level I was much more deeply impacted by Dixie Carter than I was by the Polish president whose name I can't even pronounce, let alone spell.

Angie said...

I totally agree! Dixie Carter's death was devastating to so many of us 'Southern (at heart) Women'. And while the death of Poland's president is sad, just doesn't seem as tragic as Dixie's. It's what we relate to.....