While we have learned a lot about this virus and what works and what doesn’t, having basic common sense is a valuable asset when making decisions about your own health as well as those closest to you. Unfortunately, I’m seeing a lack of common sense among so many Americans. This leads me to ask several “common sense” questions on a variety of topics.
President Trump and his administration clearly accomplishment more in 4 years than any other President in history. For those of you who think all President Trump did was fight with people on Twitter and play golf, you might be surprised at the massive list of accomplishments listed below.
It’s a sad day for free speech in America when Twitter kills the @realDonaldTrump account and then when he uses the @POTUS account to get a message out, they delete the tweets. Who do they think they are to attempt to silence the leader of the free world?
Came across this interesting story recently. During lunch at work, I ate 3 plates of beans (which I know I shouldn’t). When I got home, my husband seemed excited to see me and exclaimed delightedly, “Darling I have a surprise for dinner tonight.”
An elderly man had owned a large farm in Florida for years. There was a large pond in the back that was perfectly shaped for swimming. The man had fixed the area around the pond up nice with picnic tables, horseshoe courts and a combination of orange and lime tress…
As we say goodbye to 2017, I have to say that for me personally, 2017 was a great year! Of course it had its ups and downs but overall it was a very fulfilling year, both in my personal life as well as my business life. This mini-post is a reflection of the year, mostly for my own memory’s sake, and for the few of you who actually pay attention to anything I post here.
Here is my pony which has the original 289 V8 and C4 automatic transmission. She is a survivor that is still in great shape after 47+ years! This car has never been restored but has been meticulously detailed and cared for over the years.
I recently discovered this handy chart entitled “The Bountiful Year: A Guide To Seasonal Fruits & Vegetables,” published by Visual News. Whether you simply love fruits and vegetables, are dieting or simply want to eat healthier, I hope you’ll find the chart helpful and resourceful.
When I was growing up as a kid, we actually went outside and did stuff. You know, things like ride bikes, play baseball, explore the desert around us. I did not spend all my time in front of the idiot box or exhaust endless hours playing video games. There was no Facebook, Twitter of even a computer in our house.
That being said, we did have an Atari console. And while most time aside from school, sleep, homework, eating, etc., was spent “doing stuff,” some of that time included playing Atari games. That is why the infographic below brought back some memories for me. It is a timeline of Atari history, both their ups and downs, all in celebration of their 40th birthday.
Hate to do it but I’m parting with my very first Taylor Acoustic Guitar – a 2002 310ce series. I bought her new from Guitar Center and she has been played mostly for pleasure and in church settings. There are a few dings in the body but everything else is in great condition – no cracks, straight neck, recent fret dress, etc. Guitar comes with original Taylor Hard Case.