I’ll start by saying I don’t know Michael Cohen, don’t know anyone who knows Michael Cohen, and this is all purely hypothetical, an alternative reality if you will as there is no proof for this alternative reality. We won’t know the truth until Mr. Cohen tells us. Until then, maybe Michael Cohen likes it. What… Continue reading Maybe Michael Cohen Likes It?
We are hearing a lot about the 18-24 year old demographic since the Parkland, FL tragedy. They have become more vocal and put together a March on Washington in a very short time, drawing over 800,000 participants, one of the largest protests in history; this count doesn’t include those who participated around the world. I’m… Continue reading 18-24 Year Olds, Please Save Us
It is interesting, at least to me, that just a few days ago I was speaking with someone about the possibility of a Constitutional Convention being called. This was after I had read about the number of states being lead by Republicans. Then a pop-up asked me to sign a petition regarding stopping a call… Continue reading Constitutional Convention—I Think Not
Unless you’ve been hiding in a closet, or are shunning news, you’ve heard Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, Speaker of the House, is retiring. I’ve been wondering what that might mean for the Republicans and Democrats. I may be a liberal Democrat, but I do often admire how Republicans stay on message—right or wrong—and repeat it as… Continue reading Paul Ryan Retiring: What Might It Mean
While driving and walking around our neighborhood, I noticed Spring is in the air. The temperature is rising, the wind is blowing and flowers are blooming like crazy. This morning I decided to get up and go take pictures during what would hopefully be the Golden Hour of photography. This is the time when the… Continue reading Golden Hour Photo Walk
Richard and I went to see Love, Simon last night. We both enjoyed it. I’ve decided I loved it and highly recommend it to everyone. I’d almost go to say it should be shown to all high school students as it captures the high school life and angst pretty well. The movie has love, drama,… Continue reading “Love, Simon” is to be Loved
As many of you have read, while in New York, I conducted walkabouts. I’d get up fairly early, make myself presentable, then take my camera out for a walk around Manhattan before breakfast. It was a way to get some new perspectives, not only with my camera, but in my mind as well. The walks… Continue reading Walkabouts Bear Fruit
Yesterday I wrote about the big city me. Today it’s the country boy me. I just couldn’t hold out any longer. The warm weather, the garden area so bare and then seeing someone drive by with plants in the back of their truck just took me over the edge. Off to Lowe’s I went. While… Continue reading Big City One Day, Country the Next