The fear is real and has been since the first group of militia showed up at a protest in Virginia fully armed, and no one stopped them. The fear is real and grew as a group of militia showed up at the Kentucky State House and entered the Capitol building fully armed, and no one… Continue reading The Fear is Real
Dear Joe and Kamala, Congratulations on becoming the winning Democratic team. You make a good team as you balance one another in your skill sets and your experiences. I’ve been enjoying watching your campaigning take off after everything became official. I’m just a lowly informed voter. I’ve been married for over 15 years, have four… Continue reading Dear Joe and Kamala…
While listening to the radio today, there was a pundit talking about the upcoming election. They were discussing who would be voting for whom. This particular commentary, focused on LatinX voters, was in line with another discussion about whom black men, and men in general, might vote for president. Both talked about the number of… Continue reading Explain so a Five-Year-Old Would Understand – Take 4
President Obama left office essentially squeaky clean in terms of scandals. He and his administration did a good job of governing with as much integrity as one might have as a politician. However, and it is a big however, there are two things he should regret not doing while he was in office, because those… Continue reading I’m Furious with President Obama
It’s my special day. I’ll be back tomorrow to rant or rave, or both. Have a blessed day!
Tomorrow is my birthday. In our family we have a tradition where the birthday person chooses the place for their birthday dinner, their birthday dessert, and after eating both of these, it’s then time for presents. Over the years we’ve eaten at Route 66 Diner, Garcia’s, Red Lobster, County Line Restaurant, and Tucano’s (those are… Continue reading Birthday Cake
Since I often write about what goes well in the kitchen, I felt I also should write when something doesn’t go well. All summer long I’ve been waiting for the tomatoes to ripen. I planted several different kinds, with the main one being a Roma, which is supposed to be good for making purée. Over… Continue reading Canning Fail
It has been a long six months, and the Covid must be over! I can finally go see my grandson because it is safe to fly again. My masks can be retired. The husband and I can go out on a date night again to have dinner out. I’m looking forward to my first post-Covid… Continue reading The Covid Must Be Over
Joy Ann Reid has me wrapped up in her book, The Man Who Sold America. Going to stick with it for the evening. I’ll return in full tomorrow.