Category Archives: social media

The Digital Divide

  Don’t know about you, but I have come to rely on eCommerce for many tasks: bills’ payments, banking transaction, and a host of other business orders.  I have stamps that are leftover from years ago.  Thanks to the email … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 24 Nov 2019

Ever since retirement, I believe that my life is simple – no work, no commute, and no pressure! Right? But is life ever simple? Not if it comes to relationships.  Thus having a virtual sanctuary comes in handy. The on-going … Continue reading

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Virtual Sanctuary

  After an all day sightseeing, my wife, my son, and myself are recuperating.  Each in our own spaces, engaged in some forms of electronic media activities. Even though we are in the same space, our minds are far apart … Continue reading

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The Power of Words

Let others lead small lives, but not you.Let others argue over small things, but not you.Let others cry over small hurts, but not you.Let others leave their futurein someone else’s hands, but not you. ~ Jim Rohn ~_______ The Jim … Continue reading

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Still “No Climate Change”?

According a national survey in April, 69% of Americans believe that climate change is happening. That leaves 31% of the population thinking it is not, including President Trump. In fact, the Trump adminnistration is relaxing more environmental rules per the … Continue reading

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An Insomniac’s Poem

  From dusk to dawn, the night stretches onto the day,  Cooler temperature brings better sleep, they say. Except for the insomniac, “sweet dreams” never sail. I plead, hope, and stuggle each night to no avail. Only finding myself awake … Continue reading

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First Day Of Impeachment

  On this historical day, impeaching the President of the United States, a frigid Artic blast brought a cold front lowering the local temperatures by 20 degrees (Fahreinheit). Daytime high is only in the 30’s and nighlty low in the … Continue reading

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Call Me A “Leisure Class”

  “What do you do everyday in retirement?” is a common question I get.  The curiosity is understandable. Without purpose or direction, life can be aimless and likely boring. And for many, work fills that void. It provides structure. Wake … Continue reading

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Guilt By Association?

  A Thin Blue Line flag (pictured above) has been creating controversies.  According to this CNN report,  the Governor of the state of Maryland and a County Executive (which comes under the State) are getting in the act.   The flag … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 2 Nov 2019

Successfully transitioned from October into November. No big deal in the normal sense of things for our day-to-day routines stay pretty constant.  Only that, November marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Noteworthy happenings this week include the US … Continue reading

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