Posts in category "Lifestyle: Opinion"

Public Service Announcement, keep your phone charged

This is the second time in so many months I’ve read something that left me aghast. Yes me, Ms.Have Seen And Heard It All. The article published under PERSPECTIVE in the Sunday edition of the local newspaper was titled “A stranger at the door”. The writer told of an incident that occurred in her well-appointed,... Read more »

My Friend voted for the other side, now what?

“No, I never lost any friends during the election, we were all on the same page.” That was a portion of my response to an online question posted after the election, “Did You Lose Friends Because of This Election?” There were lot’s of such soul searching, “what just happened” moments all over social media after... Read more »

Alternative facts are just down right lies

I remember the side eye meme inducing snickers that followed when a certain actress announced her separation from her husband. Conscious Uncoupling, was the term she used, so clear, so concise so full of goobly gonk yet very reminiscent of that lifestyle guru. Make it fancy, make it smart, but as another cultural icon has... Read more »

The Reporters and the spider

I always wondered how Little Miss Muffet could ever be considered a nursery rhyme? Because for me spiders are among the creepy crawlies I’m most frightened of. I can’t believe I’m alone. Little Miss Muffet By Mother Goose Little Miss Muffet Sat on a tuffet, Eating her curds and whey; Along came a spider, Who... Read more »

I can talk to my Doctor about shoes

I read something the other day I’d never known before. After the many decades of being on this earth very little surprised or shocked me, I always thought I’d heard it all. I was knocked for the proverbial loop after reading about a doctor who fired his patient, not sure if fired is the right... Read more »

Fears for our White House, 8 years ago and Now

Finally, this portion of our long national nightmare is over, barring any apocalyptic changes in our electoral college, we have a 45th President. For some these election results were the least expected or imagined. I’m sure the fear and yes even loathing are the same felt 8 years ago when the most unlikeliest, yet awe-inspiring... Read more »

Favorite Fall TV shows for a favorite time of year

With a new season on the horizon Mother Nature is about to put all  her magnificent colors on full display. A favorite time of the year. Coupled with the best TV viewing time for the new and some returning TV shows that goes so well with a slight chill in the air, and the leaves... Read more »

Peoples Lives Matter, stop killing people

Wished I would have never had to repost this. The need for us to stop killing each other no matter what color or occupation the killer or those being killed are. Everyday Americans are killing Americans, not Isis terrorists, not any other foreign American hating entity. We are killing each other daily, and minute by... Read more »

This election double standard has doubled down

This post was first published several weeks ago, at that time the flagrant examples of the divisiveness this election was headed has been completely overshadowed by the newest revelations. The latest jaw dropping, cringe worthy audio of the male candidate for President of The United States, bragging about his well established practice of grabbing young... Read more »

The Clinton Foundation should never listen to a candidate who donates Play-Doh to flood victims, and other observations

Late summer and so much is happening, so much to write about can you ever choose just one, for this lazy bloggers’ lament you can not. THE UMA AND ANTHONY SAGA Why would anyone blame this wife for the bad behavior of her husband? Yet there are men and women who are doing just that.... Read more »