I can’t come, it’s raining: NH Primary Elections, 2022

Now I can completely relate to not doing most things in the rain, truly can. Rainy days should be spent in Ireland, Scotland, or England – maybe even Seattle; where we expect, and even appreciate, such weather. We think of it as ambient. Why, of course!

It’s quite possible that I channel my Celtic roots on rainy days. I find some tunes to accompany the weather, and mentally transport myself. Frankly, I really like cold, rainy days – any rainy days – when I get to be at home and not deal with the hassles of commuting or dealing with the elements in any way.

But I don’t feel that way when it comes to voting, on any occasion. I will endure any kind of weather to cast my vote – in person, honorably. Continue reading “I can’t come, it’s raining: NH Primary Elections, 2022”

Who are you to judge?

It’s astounding to read the endless opinions on social media. People don’t seem to hold back when they comment – or think twice before doing so. The majority are based on judgment, bias and criticism – and some are quite cruel.

We can all be cynics, filled with skepticism and yes, a little judgmental. None of us are guilt free. It’s human nature – and up to us to rise above, making an effort to be better than that. Sometimes we succeed, sometimes we fail – more often than not.

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I’m not only looking up. I’m seeing the light.

T.V. hardly had a place in my life for nearly 50 years.  Truth be told, I purchased it only because the entertainment center seemed to ‘require’ one and it would have looked rather odd without that empty space. A lame and possibly pathetic reason, I know, but an honest one.

Then came COVID.  My immersion into the world of television was an adventure, one in which I found some enormous value, therefore a constructive way to spend some time.  Reading and writing still take precedence, both my pastimes of choice, but I’ve expanded my horizons, so to speak. Continue reading “I’m not only looking up. I’m seeing the light.”