Never lost, and now found.


We are most definitely related, really. We will never find out if really or how. Maybe we will, there are people out there who might be working on it right now. My far away relative found me at the subway station. Something made her return to the 96th Street station and there she found me. Sarah is definitely a relative, very far removed, of course. I can not reveal why we are related, because it would be giving away more than Sarah was willing to disclose on her site. I am really glad she found me though... through this blog, through NYC Bloggers, through the web, through Manhattan.
Stuka†v1.2 [is calming down a bit], at least at the moment.
New York is a small town after all, isnít it?
Oh, and boys, no weird tricks please, or Luke and I will kick you harder than you might have ever wished for. Itís family, ya know.


can i not comment there? so i will here...i dig the note about how having a beemer does not give you the right to run over her.

i very much feel the same.

i mercedes is one thing...a beemer? forget you.

stuka is currently without a guestbook/comment system. but, thank you for visiting. (apparently i'm hijacking witold's site to field comments about mine. hmm. bad me.)

now if only new yorkers would drive moonsters.

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