I am one of those people that took precautions during pandemic. I followed the advice from the scientists. Yet I have to consider the ramifications of shutting down our schools and businesses. I see damaged relationship and less happy people. Rudeness and self-centeredness that stems from depression. Make it a given that it had these … Continue reading What Part of the Pandemic Made Us Worse
Don’t Take Me as I am
In reality, people cannot just act the way they want to act and have a relationship with other people. Because we are flawed. We have to work to understand and then care for the other person.
Book Review- News of the Air by Jill Stukenberg
On par with Liam Callanan and Nikolas Butler, this is a must read from a Wisconsin author.
I wanted to write a poem about what Oshkosh has given me. Gratitude is always important.
Our Friends Made Us Do It
I have been thinking about how our culture works right now. With social media, people are attaining power and money over us by making us angry. That anger divides us. Making people angry simply works for people and organizations that don’t want us to think reasonably. Facebook makes money and political groups fire up their … Continue reading Our Friends Made Us Do It
Both Sides Can be Right
People should be given the information. Covid-19 is terrible. So are abortions. The case should be won not through force but through the presentation of facts.
Message to my younger self
it's okay, you will survive
More Life Lessons from Groundhog Day
Groundhog Day with Bill Murray The characters Phil runs into each morning are a great representation of the kind of people you meet in life and Phil treats them how we often do. The guy he meets in the hallway are the people we see that are only able to exchange pleasantries with. They talk … Continue reading More Life Lessons from Groundhog Day
Book Review- Take Me Home to Woodstock
Genealogy Fans will love this book If you are like me and wonder what it was like living in the early 1900s; if you see a photo from the early 20th century and wish you could be transported there, then this book is for you. It will transport you into the picture on the … Continue reading Book Review- Take Me Home to Woodstock
Don’t Compare Yourself to Others
I took this weird class in high school. It was called Sociology and it was taught by the audio/visual lady- the lady that set up TV/VCRs in classrooms and such. I believe it was Ms. Smith. There was like seven of us in the class and it was an excuse for our teacher to present … Continue reading Don’t Compare Yourself to Others