to save our souls…. My husband is a musician and a lifelong music historian, so we listen to a lot of it, mostly rock. He’s also a night owl, and watches YouTube pretty much exclusively. He always did that, but he used to do it at his desk, on his computer. Now he watches on… Continue reading music!
Part Deux It’s Sunday. SO the first thing I’m going to say is Get Right WITH GOD. Find a way to find God. Now. Today. This morning. It’s getting that serious. Everywhere. God doesn’t want a lot from you. He wants you to admit you have sinned. There’s not a person on the planet who… Continue reading watching from the sidelines
may be the best place to be The world is getting crazier by the day and it’s hard to know what is real – except God and nature. Even food can be fake. I bought a couple cans of “tuna” a few months back that contained no fish at all. The cat wouldn’t even eat… Continue reading watching from the sidelines
and their cumulative effects At my age, the joke about “getting old is not for sissies” has just become a mantra used for comic relief. Getting old is NOT for sissies. Things may slow down, and you may be fortunate enough to have a plan in place… …but that doesn’t stop the challenges. Even transhumanism… Continue reading lifestyle choices
about the Trudeaus Perhaps we should call them the Trudeaux. LOL Look, I wouldn’t have given a flying fart about Justin Trudeau except that he’s turned into a full blown communist and he’s nominally in charge of the great big country to our north. We used to think of Canada as a sort of USA… Continue reading let’s get snarky
has a whole new meaning I’ve always thought it would be interesting to be a long haul trucker. It seemed like the perfect independent job. You pick up something one place and drive it across America (or Canada or Europe) and drop it off. You carry your lodging with you, and you’re your own boss,… Continue reading keep on truckin’
it’s when you think yours doesn’t stink In our house we have shorthand for this. We call it “ship/lighthouse.” It goes like this. A ship is headed into port and sees another light in the opening of the harbor. The ship radios for that vessel to move out of the way. It gets no response… Continue reading word of the day is hubris