The picture was taken at Christmas in "The Parlor" at the Hermitage where I work. It is totally Victorian, the main part of the building is a mansion that one of the Bryans (ala Bryan Park right down the road -- can you say "old money"?) had built for his bride as a wedding gift. He called it "Nonchalance", but alas the new Mrs. Bryan was not impressed and they sold it soon afterward. It was renamed the Hermitage by the next owners. The Methodists acquired it in the 50's and it became the Hermitage Home for Ladies... That was way more than you needed to know...so shot me, I'm a storyteller.
I like the "Sabotage..." title. Intriguing and alliterative! Glad you're well.
It makes me very happy to think of you snoozing at my house, even in my absence. I want a full report about how Will is doing with the cats and whether or not the dust and dust bunnies are taking over.
55 more days ... or something like that. Truly, though, except for the smog, I could get used to Santiago. Oh yeah, there´s that language barrier, too. Okay. I´ll come home.