Monday, October 25, 2010


Katarina Day


Sorry for this portrait being an NDH stamp. It still is a good likeness of Queen Katarina the last queen of Bosnia before the Ottomans took over. I have finally figured out what the deal s with Serbian objections to her being recognized as the last queen ofosnia. There was a princess from Serbia who was married to the king that the Ottomans intaalled as a temporary puppet regime. That regime however DID NOT, repeat DID NOT represent Bosnia as an independant country, at least as far as any one in the era recognized a free country, let alone our own times.

I imagine that the Ambassador of BiH in Rome will have placed flowers at her last resting place, and as usual people in Jajce will hold a special Mass and some festivties.

FTV usually covers at least what goes on in Jajce on this day.

Oslobodjenje usually has an article about tributes paid by the Ambassador from BiH in Rome, and a side bar thing about Queen Katarina.

ere in the Yakima Gulag, it is a lovely day. I am enjoying my new place very much and have been getting to know the people here.
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I like waking up hearing the little birds. Most of the people here have either a dog or a c at. I dont because of my allergies, but that doesnt stop me from petting the little dogs on their way in or out from their walks.

Best wishes on Katarina day and congratulations on finding a nice new place
Thank you for your good wishes! :)
I’ve just started blogging about my own manic break and hospitalization. It’s about recovery and treatment, but more importantly about discovery of a new post-religion faith where there is no hell, no original sin, you are God, and heaven on earth is real, radiant and right around the corner. A wild and triumphant ride.
To you yor religion and to me mine:)
religion no doubt can be abused, it can be a cop-out but no religion can be an excuse for not behaving in a good way. I hope you continue to feel better.
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