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Sunday, June 9, 2013

Happy Sunday to you……….

Seems like forever since my last post. Had my head buried in my computer for the last week! I was seeing computers in my dreams and actually lost a day at one point. Won’t bother boring you with the details. But suffice to say my puter is only 3 years old and the hard drive died. Of course it’s just out of warranty. But I did get my files I wanted off. I have been using an external hard drive to back up my files and I think that’s really important. Put another hard drive in and put it back together and so far it looks pretty darn good.
So what’s going on with you? Today was the last day of the French Open and Stella and I were out the door at 6am this morning and high tailed it to get back from our walk by 7am. Nadal was playing Ferrer, so I really expected Nadal to win. Which is also his 8th French Open Championship! Broke a record. It was the first time that Ferrer got into a final at a grand slam. Congrats to both of you, you both are champions!
But before I leave I must tell you the whole story…………….

Protesters disrupt French Open final

CBS/AP/ June 9, 2013, 11:04 AM

Protesters disrupt French Open final

An anti same-sex marriage activist holding a flare is evacuated by a member of the security as he protest on the central court during the 2013 French tennis Open final match at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris on June 9, 2013. / Getty Images upset by recent legislation in France allowing for same-sex marriages, disrupted the French Open tennis final on Sunday between Rafael Nadal and fellow Spaniard David Ferrer.
Faces of the French Open
Two protesters appeared shirtless in one of the front rows behind the players bench on center court at the end of the sixth game of the second set. One of them let off a flare and leapt onto the court.
A security guard tackled the protester with the flare, who was also wearing a mask, on the court and hustled him off the towards the players' exit. The
Nadal began jogging towards the players locker room exit when the protest began, but was quickly turned back by a security guard as the protester headed in that direction as well.
The accomplice of the protester with the flare was hustled off the court quickly as well.
Earlier, two other protesters had been pulled out of the stands by security, Reuters reports.

Anti same-sex marriage activists protest during the 2013 French tennis Open final match at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris on June 9, 2013.
About two weeks ago, France's first same-sex wedding was broadcast live on television. The politically charged ceremony was held under tight police surveillance -- a stark reminder of the months of bruising opposition to the new same-sex marriage law that French lawmakers passed earlier this month. Several rallies involving thousands of protesters in Paris failed to prevent the law's passage.
Police had to use tear gas to scare away a small group of protesters who gathered near the ceremony.
Crazy people in this crazy world……………..Love is the answer! Take care and have a good one……………:)