In reading social media last night and throughout the day, I am not alone in wondering what have we sunk to after watching the rude, obnoxious, immature, and bullying behavior by the incumbent last night. After only 10-minutes, I, and several in my various texting groups, were ready to throw in the towel as the… Continue reading How Can Anyone Be Undecided
Month: September 2020
84 million people tuned in to the first debate between the current man in the Oval Office and Hillary Clinton. How many do you think will tune in this evening? I predict, based on nothing at all, it will either be a greater audience than 2016, or it will be a bust. It might be… Continue reading Debate Night
The First Debate is Upon Us
Is anyone else immensely curious and anxious about the first debate between the two candidates for president? I keep wondering how Joe Biden has been preparing. The other candidate has already said he isn’t prepping or practicing, his press conferences have prepared him for debating. My hope is Joe Biden prep and practice has included… Continue reading The First Debate is Upon Us
When a certain someone, who tells everything they are worth billions, but then only pays $750 (NYT 9/27/2020) in taxes, he says it’s because he’s smart. To me, that is extreme greed by someone who cares more about money than they do about people. But then again, this an apt description for the man in… Continue reading $750
A Day of Pondering
I’ll be back tomorrow.
Biden: Let Your Volunteers Do Their Thing for You
There are some stories floating around that Biden is hindering his own campaign. Some of the stories mention he’s not out in public enough, although he is out there, the press are just so infatuated with the current administration (more drama), Biden events are not covered as much. Other stories, which caught my ear a… Continue reading Biden: Let Your Volunteers Do Their Thing for You
Who Will Uphold and Enforce the Law?
As we near the final Election Day 2020, November 3, 2020 we are seeing the trumpists saying the quiet parts out loud. The latest is should the current administration lose, it will be because of fraud. If there are no ballots, there is no loss, just a continuation of power. We know the administration has… Continue reading Who Will Uphold and Enforce the Law?
Growing up, if any of us kids got out of line, the neighbors had unspoken permission to set us right. They would then tell our parents, and then our parents would set us right. It was everyone’s job to help us grow up to be good people. At school, if we got into trouble, we… Continue reading So Unrecognizable
One Can Be Just, and Still Play Hard
Democratic candidates, if you want us to continue to invest our time and our money into your campaigns, and to vote for you, then you need to start figuring out how to play hard ball while also not becoming trumpist-like. Figure it out like, yesterday! The people are behind you. Just look at how much… Continue reading One Can Be Just, and Still Play Hard
Grass is Hard to Grow
Just like everyone, I’d like our yard to be green, luscious, and soft to walk across. So far this has been a pipe dream that is hard to achieve. The Indiana ground is very inhospitable in our area. Essentially it is pure clay. Digging in it is quite an adventure when adding bulbs, annuals, and… Continue reading Grass is Hard to Grow