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From The Publisher's Desk
Note: We all have our accounts of where we were when we found out the tsunami was headed our way and what we did that day. This is a copy of an email I sent out late last Friday night.
To everyone –
I apologize for sending this message that resembles one of those Christmas letters I always make fun of, but I don’t have the energy to write to each of you individually.
Friends and relatives called today and a bunch of other people, too. I’m just now getting back to you and a few others who may be wondering how things are in this little corner of the world.
My morning started late compared to most of the other folks in town. Yesterday was a particularly rough day for me because I had to put my dearest dog Martha — my best companion for the last 10 years — “to sleep.” Rick was in Portland visiting his aunt but Collin is here and was a huge help. It was a terribly emotional day from the moment I got up yesterday and then last night Dana and Matt called and we talked and cried and cried. We all loved Martha so much. I was so distraught and finally fell into a deep sleep.
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