I do not always agree with the decisions, or the pace, of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Today, I can only wholeheartedly agree on her decision to exclude Rep. Jordan of Ohio and Rep. Banks of Indiana from the January 6 Insurrection Select Committee. Rep. Jordan and Banks did not, and do not, have… Continue reading Kudos to Speaker Pelosi
Month: July 2021
I Was Elected!
It is official! This evening at the Annual HOA meeting, the HOA Board member election results were announced. I, along with five others, are the new Board. Mind you, there were five positions open, so it was hard to lose when only five people ran. However, and I guessed I missed this in the fine… Continue reading I Was Elected!
Dems Need to Take a Page From Republicans
According to the American Bar Association, there are currently 79 Federal Judge positions that are vacant. Of those, it appears only 30 names have been placed into nomination by the Biden administration. Meaning less than 50% of the openings have nominations in play! Have the Democrats not learned the Judiciary, for better or for worse,… Continue reading Dems Need to Take a Page From Republicans
So Much Space
My fabulous hubby made my day yesterday! I had mentioned a few days ago the Butler’s Pantry cabinet I had been searching for had arrived. It is a set of three smaller cabinets that fit together to seem as one. Even though I had measured to make sure it would fit, it was off by… Continue reading So Much Space
It is hard to believe that today marks one full year of blog posts. In the middle of the pandemic last year I knew I needed an outlet of sorts for the day-to-day stresses, and the celebrations. Writing has always been something I have enjoyed. Although I had started the blog a few years ago,… Continue reading Day 365
I didn’t think it was really a long week, until this evening. At around 2:00 today, I could barely keep my eyes open. My eyelids felt like they weighed 1,000 pounds each. With just an hour left at work, I was able to power through, but any longer and all bets would have been off.… Continue reading Long Week
A Lie is a Lie, Even When Dressed Up as a Fancy Word
Why is it so hard for the media to use the word lie? The media are fond of the words misinformation and disinformation. Those words just dance around the truth, the facts. When the media use them, they are not being candid with us. They are watering down the truth, which is a great disservice… Continue reading A Lie is a Lie, Even When Dressed Up as a Fancy Word
Peaches, Peaches, Peaches
Last Friday my good husband picked up my first installment of peaches. He even put them out to begin ripening for me. After just checking, they should be ready tomorrow. Now to decide what to do with this batch. A few will be put aside to just eat au natural. The rest will have to… Continue reading Peaches, Peaches, Peaches
At work we have a thing called killer whale and whoops monkey. The killer whale goes to the person who did a killer job that week. Whoops monkey is just a moniker for us to share a mistake we have learned from or one from which others might learn. This evening I had two whoops… Continue reading Whoops Monkey!
Butler’s Pantry Cabinet
Finally, after two-and-a-half years, I’ll have the butler’s pantry cabinet if which I’ve been dreaming! It actually is three pieces together to give the illusion of one big cabinet. Got one piece finished. Now off to do the second. Just hope, when all pieces are standing side-by-side, it fits. I measured several times, but if… Continue reading Butler’s Pantry Cabinet