Who would have thought that $10.00 spent on a falling apart old violin could keep me occupied for so much time and give me so much enjoyment? Wow! Found it in August of this year, sitting all cracked and scratched with the front and… Continue Reading “Repairing an Old Violin – Keeping Sane in the times of COVID-19”
It is obvious that WE – THE PEOPLE need to keep CONTROL of the DEBATE if we are going to have one that is worthwhile watching. Two very effective methods used by schools for keeping things on track: A. The MUTE Button! Controlled by… Continue Reading “Mute Button or Chess Timer! Control for future debates!”
My rating: 3 of 5 stars The Beginning of this book is right up to snuff with the other “Memory Man” series and the story line runs smoothly through the first 275 or so pages. Amos Decker is in his fine fettle and the… Continue Reading “Book Review: The Fix (Amos Decker – Memory Man #3) by David Baldacci”
The Last Mile by David Baldacci My rating: 4 of 5 stars I liked this book because it takes the “memory man”, Amos Decker, and uses his skills in the solution of the complicated murder frame-up which has sent former NFL prime prospect, Melvin… Continue Reading “Book Review: The Last Mile – by David Baldacci”
I went out the other morning into the garden and 2 dozen quail take off out of my corm patch. No this isn’t a large patch, only 7 rows of 25 feet in length so I know something must be up! Yep, as I… Continue Reading “Just Shuckin’ the corn in Oregon with a WARNING for your Dog!”
Using Hypoclourous Acid dispensers as part of the solution we can Solve COVID 19 Problems for school to re-open by using our brains and using the known ideas already in practice by schools, dentists, hospitals and clinics.
I was struck today by the Governor of the State of Florida kind of blandly saying that the 20% of elderly folks in Florida who live there are in “God’s Waiting Room”. I hope the Governor has looked at some of the lines of… Continue Reading “The Term “God’s Waiting Room” is not one to bandy around. A serious Pandemic”
As a kid back in the 50’s, living in rural Montana, the arrival of the daily mail was always an adventure. We would run out to the mailbox on Sourdough Road and thumb through the letters hoping for that next birthday card from Aunt… Continue Reading “Saving the Postal Service – national Treasure to Protect Freedom of Speech and Voting -Thank a Mailperson”
Universal questions of life challenge two sisters growing up in different cultures. A quest for life, learning and the meaning of why we are here.
With a comparison in mortality rates between wearing a mask and having a dangerous job, there should be no argument. The mask is the safest buddy you can have on the field.
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