drawings by marguerita
I told her to leave me alone
Thats what shes done, just what shes done And a house built for two, ain't a home When its lived in by one, one lonely one And I can no longer hear footsteps, come right down the hall Here come the teardrops, bitter they are, harder they fall She caught me lying, then she caught a train And I caught a fever walking home in the rain Oh yeah! But its over and Im done She left me once and for all Here come the teardrops, bitter they are, harder they fall Here come the teardrops, bitter they are, harder they fall - by Elvis
Mr. Bush has never been one
his aides often say he detests "navel-gazing."
He arrived in Washington eight years ago with a kind of Texas swagger and quickly earned a reputation for a go-it-alone style of "cowboy diplomacy" that infuriated much of the rest of the world. Now, as he leaves office, amid two wars, a grave economic crisis and historically low job approval ratings, Mr. Bush seems a changed man, offering occasional hints he is reflecting about the world he leaves behind. Diplomatic Memo - President Looks Back in Goodbye From Peru - NYTimes.com