Relationships are pretty much the most important thing in life, and that starts with family. We make time for what's important. In the house where I grew up, you needed special permission to miss dinner. I didn't realize what a treat this was until I learned how many of my friends were sticking something in the microwave and eating it in front of the TV, by themselves, most nights. One time in college, I brought a girl that I was dating home for a holiday, and she was surprised that we had civil conversation; in her family, the dinner table was a place to suffer abuse from your father. This is a biblical principal, of course: "Honor your father and your mother" -- BibleVerse:Exodus+20:12 Some family trivia: <a href="http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04257a.htm">John Connolly</a> was the second Bishop of New York. <hr /> My sister Janet married Mike, who keeps some <a href="http://mywebpages.comcast.net/mscannel1/">Scannel family photos</a> <hr />**Dec2003** Family tree update worked prett well: <a href="http://dm93.org/y2003/0312htfn/dm93fam.png">dm93fam.png</a> <a href="http://dm93.org/y2003/0312htfn/dm93fam.ps">dm93fam.ps</a> <a href="http://dm93.org/y2003/0312htfn/dm93fam.svg">dm93fam.svg</a> (ToDo: redirect <a href="http://www.w3.org/2001/02pd/dm93fam.png">older family tree</a>) (from ChristmasCardRitual) ---- factoring out of DansUnifyingPrinciples From connolly Thu Oct 28 02:45:47 +0000 2004 From: connolly Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 02:45:47 +0000 Subject: gramps Message-ID: <20041028024547+0000@dm93.org> DebianPackage:gramps ... uninstalling it... when did I play with that? ah... Feb 15 2004