We Can Walk and Chew Gum at the Same Time

Main stream media, we, the consumer of your news, can walk and chew gum at the same time! In case you needed reminding. I know the Coronavirus has us all on edge. This is the biggest story you will most likely ever cover. I get that, and there is a whole lot of other things… Continue reading We Can Walk and Chew Gum at the Same Time

20,000 and Counting

It seems just yesterday we were watching China locking down Wuhan Province, then the whole of Italy shuttering its doors. Now we are watching Coronavirus unfold in our own U.S. of A. while wondering how it could happen here on such a large scale. I’ve already talked about that topic in this space, and won’t… Continue reading 20,000 and Counting

Mr. Trump is a National Health Hazard

Every time 45 is broadcast on national TV, he does harm to the economy, to the Office of the President, and to the health of millions of Americans. The media MUST stop broadcasting him live. If he actually says something of import, it can always be played later as a clip. We should only be… Continue reading Mr. Trump is a National Health Hazard

For the First Time, I’m Afraid of a Virus II

A couple of days ago I wrote Part I of this post. Boy what a couple of days will do in a pandemic! A couple of days ago, we had fewer than 1,000 cases nationwide. A few days ago, we had fewer than 50 deaths nationwide. A few days ago, we had fewer than 10… Continue reading For the First Time, I’m Afraid of a Virus II

Grandson Update

There is much I want to write about, but I’m still recovering emotionally from yesterday. Besides, the most important thing to write about after yesterday’s events is our grandson. Thankfully, he made it through the surgery and is in stable condition. Today and tomorrow are the most critical days as his chest is still open… Continue reading Grandson Update

Today Started in the Worst Way

The alarm went off at 5:15. My husband and I got up to start getting ready for work. I checked my phone for any overnight messages only to see we had missed a message from our oldest son. It said his son, our new six-week old grandson, Osiris, was in the hospital in critical condition.… Continue reading Today Started in the Worst Way

First Voter Suppression, Now Voting Delays

I was going to write about the proposed “Coronavirus” reaction bill, but the delayed primary in Louisiana kept staying on my mind. With voter suppression happening all over the country by closing some precincts, limiting voting machines, reducing early voting days, and such, anything to do with voters always grabs my attention. On Friday, March… Continue reading First Voter Suppression, Now Voting Delays

What Are You Doing to Help During this Crisis?

Every day, as the Coronavirus cases increase, and more things are shut down, I keep wondering how can I help others out during this time. I’m worried about the people who are hourly and non-exempt who may not have sick time, don’t have benefits, who can’t take time off because they if they do they… Continue reading What Are You Doing to Help During this Crisis?

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Costco

Well, it wasn’t really funny and it really wasn’t on the way to Costco. It was a rather disturbing thing and it was at Costco. After listening to all the runs on toilet paper and alcohol wipes, plus thinking we may at some point be cocooned at home because of the Coronavirus, I thought it… Continue reading A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Costco

Coronavirus Fallout

Today three states announced they are closing all public, and some states included private, schools for a minimum of two weeks. In the last 24-hours, the NBA, NHL, and NCAA games were canceled. Baseball has postponed its season opening. Private companies, and some government entities, are having employees telework. This is all well and good,… Continue reading Coronavirus Fallout