The first show of 2021 was another outrageous success. Danny went all out and then some for this show. The set list was prepared months in advance, the delightful costumes were confirmed including each provocative reveal and the thoughtful gift boxes were as special and unique as Danny himself. I arrived in Vegas on 31… Continue reading Danny Lee & Kevin G. Ready, Willing and Vaccinated for your pleasure
The last year has really brought out the online shopper in me; I've purchased everything from clothing, costumes, musical instruments and archery equipment. I have had the Samsung Galaxy S 9+ for two years and it has been a fabulous phone. I started my Samsung love affair over 4 years ago when I first got… Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
I was able to schedule my vaccine for COVID-19 at Fenway Park in Boston Massachusetts. My appointment was at 4:36pm on Sunday February 21st and I would be receiving the Pfizer vaccine. Me being me, arrived 30 minutes early. I wandered around the outside of the field for a while and noticed people trickling in… Continue reading Covid Vaccinated
March is Women's History Month in the United States. This is a month where we should educate ourselves and others of the incredible women throughout history who made the world a better place. This education should inspire all children to know that no matter your gender, you can do everything you want to do. Listed… Continue reading Women I Admire
It was 100 years ago when Banting & Best discovered insulin and now because of there outstanding achievements, Type 1 Diabetics can live long, healthy, and happy lives. Dr. Banting was able to give a class on diabetes in 1920 and within 3 years discovered a way to treat diabetes. This was a miraculous event… Continue reading A Cure for Diabetes
Dry January. You might be asking yourself what the heck is that. Apparently it is a crackpot idea for people to abstain from alcohol for the entirety of the month of January. I was wondering if more drunk driving happened in January, the answer was no, I asked if more domestic violence occurred in January… Continue reading Dry January…NO!
With the freezing temperatures outdoors this winter, I take my daily stroll around the park. I'm surprised to see so many ducks(and geese) still in the area. I would have thought they would have flown south by now. Today it was 18F/ -7.78C but with the wind chill it felt 3F/ -16.11C. I'm all bundled… Continue reading Ducks
Vladimir Lenin tried to overthrow the government in 1905-1907 but failed. He came back & succeeded in 1917. Adolf Hitler launched the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923, failed, then became a dictator in 1933. When authoritarians launch coups & fail, don't give them a second chance. This is most important for the US Government to… Continue reading Stop the Coup
The 1920's are frequently referred to as "The Roaring Twenties, Années Folles, Jazz age, Golden Age" and more. So far the 2020's are not looking so hot. Over the past 9 months we've seen stupidity try to invalidate science, illegal criminals pardon other illegal criminals, the Black Lives Matter movement grew as did the number… Continue reading Adieu 2020
The calendar year of 2020 has had to been one of the worst on records. The COVID-19 Pandemic infecting millions, hundreds of thousands died, and the us president and his GOP Trump party have denied it's a real threat. Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler sold her stocks when she heard in a private meeting about how… Continue reading Stimulus Checkmate?