Monthly Archives: December 2020

Last Day 2020 – Auld Lang Syne

On this very last day of an emotional year, many things are unsettled.  And yet people can’t wait to get the year over. It has been a year since the first Coronavirus case reported in Wuhan China.  A whole year.  … Continue reading

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Unfinished Business?

  Coming near the end of year, with less than just a little over a day time left in 2020, most major projects would have to wait.  That is except the 2021 Defense Spending Bill that Mr. Trump veto’ed. The … Continue reading

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Confession Of A Calendar Addict

  Around this time of the year, I get anxious.  Anxious about crossing from one year to the next.  But more importantly about getting that new calendar(s) to manage the transition. It’s an itch I get every year. You see, … Continue reading

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“Dear 2020”

  “Dear 2020” is the title of a short video (04:11) that CNN compiled from asking people around the world to reflect on the year.  Understandably the impact of Coronavirus is felt world over.  So are other significant emotional events … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 27 Dec 2020

Christmas 2020 is now behind us.  And soon the entire year will follow it into history book. Many opine that they couldn’t wait for this “lost year” to be over. However, the reality is that the Coronavirus will still be … Continue reading

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Another Cold Run Of 2020

  Back in January I had my first cold run of the year.  Today I topped it was another one before the year ends.  This morning was 23 degree Fahrenheit when I started my 10 miler, and 27 degree when … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas 2020?

  Peace on earth and goodwill to all is what Christmas represents.  Supposedly.  But not so much given what have happened. To wit, a car bomb in Nashville, Capital of Tennessee, this morning blasted an entire block of its downtown.  … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve 2020

  On this holiday eve, instead of the traditional family-get-together and merriment, the tune of celebration is more subdued.  And this sentiment is reflected in today’s headlines: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention projects over 400 thousand Coronavirus related deaths … Continue reading

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Washington Politics

  With less than one month in the office, Mr. Trump has determined to go out in style.  His style.  Today, he veto the 2021 National Defense Bill and along with it the Covid-19 relief package which was painstakingly negotiated … Continue reading

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On Being Useful To Myself

  We all want to be useful (to somebody).  Since I run for my health, running is my way of being useful to myself.  That however is not always as easy as it sounds.  Sometimes we get challenged even with … Continue reading

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