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The weird genius habits

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March 7, 2018

I am a genius. No, really, I am. According to Reader’s Digest I have seven and a half of the weird traits that secretly indicate I am smarter than the average bear. Well, they didn’t say bear, but to say what they said would be like, well, gee whiz, bragging! First, I don’t believe for… Read More ›

Roswell Shanks Ranch

And the questions continue

Why was military called in from El Paso instead of Roswell Army Air Base? Article by Janice Dunnahoo Roswell Daily Record ROSWELL — Following is a little-known story about military secrets around Roswell during the war and post-war times of the 1940s. Is the UFO incident reported in the Roswell Daily Record three years later… Read More ›

American Flag

It is time for… Where do I begin?

I am fed up with politics. The U.S.A. is overdue for election reform and term limits. According to the Center for Public Integrity, a Pulitzer Prizing winning news site, in the 2016 presidential election, more than $1 BILLION was spent campaigning. It was a brutal election. Each year the diatribes against political opponents becomes more… Read More ›

Twain Quote

An end-of-year challenge

What did you learn in 2017… and what do you want your life message to be in 2018? What quote or comment – your own or from another source – define 2017 for you? What do you want 2018 to be like? I found this Guideposts link inspiring, enough so that I hope to inspire… Read More ›

Sharon Vander Meer

A musing

Thoughts on aging I am old but it pisses me off… makes my blood boil… grinds on me… is a rude awakening when people treat me like I’m old. Even worse, I recall treating old people the same – or worse – when I was young. The following is a short list of comments I… Read More ›

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