>No sisters to be found today.
I did manage to reach G.
She just bought a new house w/Brain in Naperville.
“Discover “city styles and small town smiles” in the shops and restaurants along tree-lined streets in the charming downtown.” Ooh, ooh… there’s a trolley!
I’m a sucker for doing other people’s homework. 🙂 What neat place to live.
And a little history on my friend Oberon. One must choose their friends wisely. 😉
The king of the fairies, Oberon is initially at odds with his wife, Titania, because she refuses to relinquish control of a young Indian prince whom he wants for a knight. Oberon’s desire for revenge on Titania leads him to send Puck to obtain the love-potion flower that creates so much of the play’s confusion and farce.