For the request to see a picture of Michigan snow:
David Blaine [3:51 PM]
A survivor of the earthquake in Iran told of his daughter drawing him a picture the night before and giving him four kisses before going to bed. He said he asked her why four kisses and she told him she might not ever see him again. He was burrying the daughter and his wife as well. So sad, but what a vivid reminder to live each day as if it might be our last. Children are so wise.
David Blaine [3:47 PM]
It snowed last night, made everything white for Christmas. Just hanging out with the family having a nice peaceful day, relatives came over for supper. Hope all had a great day,
David Blaine [5:13 PM]
Don't Shoot the Messenger
No, really. I understand as well as an outsider can that the people in Iraq are ready to see the U.S. leave. Most of us are ready to see our relatives leave after a two week visit, so uninvited strangers? No difficulty understanding at all. But remember not to displace your anger. The servicemen and women stationed in Iraq all have names and families back home praying for them to come home safely. They didn't choose their mission, but are serving as they agreed, at the pleasure of their superiors. So in your anger please don't shoot the messenger.
David Blaine [6:15 PM]