The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal regularly as well as other publications on a consistent basis.
I also listen to NPR and watch televised new shows to include PBS and NBC.
I am not a news junkie.
Continue reading “Morning Thoughts”
She’s a bitch.
I don’t like her. I try to avoid her.
Yet, this woman taught me something valuable.
Continue reading “No time for this!”
Who knew that Pi Day would grow to such a fun, widespread event?
Years ago, mainly math nerds were the select few who knew the significance of 3.14. Celebrations, if any, were definitely not mainstream.
Continue reading “Pi R Squared”
“You are only as good as your word. You can be smart, aggressive, articulate, and indeed persuasive, but if you are not honest, your reputation will suffer, and once lost, a good reputation can never be regained.” Robert Mueller
The Washington Post
~Robert Mueller, The Washington Post
I know it’s never a good idea to go to the grocery store when I am hungry.
It was an especially bad idea this morning as I was hungy and I had just worked out with my trainer at the gym. I was hungry and tired.
Continue reading “Marie, I wanted cake!”
~Photo Lori Greer ~
A lovely scene as day breaks in Portland.
The snow slows everyone down a bit.
Continue reading “Snowy Day in Portland”
Portland had a bit of snow over the weekend.
This morning we awoke to ice and more snow.
Unlike our hardy cousins in the Midwest or Canada, we bundle up and stay indoors at the mention of icy weather.
~Photo http://www.pexels.com/Essow Kedelina~
Continue reading “Snow & Twitter”
Even though I live in Oregon, Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) is one of my favorite radio stations. Thanks to the Internet, I stream WPR programs daily.
Continue reading “Chapter A Day”
I looked twice when I saw the date. May 5, 2034.
This was the maturity date for a bond.
How many years is that from today? 16
Continue reading “2034”
When I can’t find the words I need, I turn to poets and writers for their words on suffering. Some words are a balm. Others, an affirmation.
Continue reading “Not one of them was capable of lying,”