Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Reparations alive, well, and growing

Money for nothing and your chicks for free?

Maybe. If you're talking about government green and baby poultry. A discrimination lawsuit against the USDA has already cost taxpayers - of all shapes, sizes, and colors - $1 billion. And if Obama extends the booty, it will cost $1.2 billion more.

Gateway Pundit has an excellent description of what stinks in suburbia:
Pigford v. Glickman was a class action lawsuit against the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), alleging racial discrimination in its allocation of farm loans and assistance between 1983 and 1997. The lawsuit ended with a settlement in which the U.S. government agreed to pay African American farmers $50,000 each if they had attempted to get USDA help but failed. To date, almost $1 billion has been paid or credited to the farmers under the settlement’s consent decree. Democrats want to add another $1.2 billion to the money pot and continue with the reparations.

Economic bondage for everyone!

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

"Fireproof" crew back with "Courageous", honoring fatherhood

Sherwood Films is back with another moving project that looks, per their usual, like quality. I've been a big fan since their hit "Facing the Giants" and had the opportunity to interview Alex Kendrick when that movie put a baptist church in Georgia on Hollywood's map.

Then they knocked one out of the park with "Fireproof," a movie honoring and valuing marriages. Now, they are taking on the role of fathers in "Courageous."

"What we need in our society today and in our churches are strong men who stand up for the Lord Jesus," J. Robert White, executive director, Georgia Baptist Convention.

Amen Mr. White. Amen and Amen again. This world needs Godly men.

I heard a quote from Jennifer Aniston the other day where she degraded the role of fatherhood, all in the effort to promote a movie. Yep. This is why celebrities should be interviewed and their opinions coveted.
Next year, she'll do a romance movie and talk about her great desire to find a man.

Danielle Bean at The Washington Post tackled this subject, prompted by Aniston's quote. It's an excellent article of truth. Love those. Here's the link and here's the money quote:

Who needs a dad? Every child does. Even unbiased studies and statistics say so. Boys raised without fathers are twice as likely to end up in jail. Girls raised without fathers are eight times more likely to wind up pregnant as teens. The childhood rates of depression, suicide, drug use, and sexually promiscuity all rise when a father is not present in the home.

What the scientific data can't quantify, though, is the pain of loss a child experiences when he is denied the right to two parents. All of the nice talk about "love is love" won't make that gaping hole go away. In fact, pretending the loss is not real is the cruelest thing you can do to a child who is growing up fatherless.

I cannot, in any suitable words, explain the importance my father has had in my life. Monumental doesn't cover it. Imperative doesn't cover it. Paramount. does. not. cover. it.

Klavan: the Bald and the Beautiful

Andrew Klavan and his bald head, one of my favorite bald heads in the business, are back and taking on the culture.

He gives those groovy kids out there a lesson on the Constitution while trying not to harsh their mellow, or some such thing. I didn't really get it. So I took another drag and watched the video.

Crinkley white people - a new description for our founding fathers, as well as this year's hot Christmas toy.

Ron Howard's brother conservative?

That's not really the important point of this video. But I'm just curious. Clint Howard in a Heritage video about government spending, MIA congressmen, and the health care takeover? Is he conservative?

Life is so peculiar. As are the characters Clint usually plays.

Check out the video. He does an excellent spineless Congressman.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

2008 Obama: My father served in WWII

His father was 9-years-old at the end of the World War II. His step-father was ten.

Barack Obama, Sr. was born in 1936, making him 9-years old and at the war’s end. And before you say that he must have been referring to his step father, be aware that Lolo Soetero was born in 1935, which means he was only ten when Japan surrendered.
I'm not sure what "services" Obama's child-warrior-father received when finally returning home from the war as he walked through the door carrying his Maltese Falcon lunch box and Colt revolver. Perhaps the government sat down and made him a pb & j.

Who's extreme?

Martha's Vineyard Hot New Fashion: Bush T-shirts

Call him a flash in the pan. President Obama's ridiculously unfounded popularity, based on the fact the man could read from a teleprompter, hasn't lasted long even in Martha's Vineyard. There's something about actions and words and one louder than the other that fits here.

Obama and family, going for their PhD in vacationing, are heading to Martha's Vineyard for their fourth or fifth vacation in as many weeks. Last year, while Obama unwound from his exhausting speeches, golf games and appearances on Letterman, the family vacationed in Martha's Vineyard while, in equal parts fanaticism and disillusionment, people couldn't get enough of Obama gear.

This year? Bush's "Miss Me Yet?" t-shirts are the hot seller on Martha's Vineyard. Check out the video here.

If the coming fall fashions weren't bad enough news, Bush is polling six-points higher than Obama in "Frontline" districts. And last time I checked, Bush wasn't running.
A prominent Democratic pollster is circulating a survey that shows George W. Bush is 6 points more popular than President Obama in “Frontline” districts — seats held by Democrats that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee sees as most vulnerable to Republican takeover. That Bush is more popular than Obama in Democratic-held seats is cause for outright fear.
What would Scooby-Do say to a Democrat at a time like this? Something like, "Rut Roh."

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

"This mosque. It's wrong. It's so wrong."

There's a reason we have memorials. It's for remembrance, respect, and solemn reverence to sacrifice. If we don't learn from our past, we're doomed to repeat it. Having a complacent attitude toward fanatical Islam is the same mistake we made pre-9/11. The same mistake we are making now.

The Ground Zero Mosque isn't just a mosque. It's a symbol to radicals that ground has been conquered and won. That's not just my opinion, lowly girl that I am. That is the opinion of Abd Al-Rahman Al-Rashed, the director of the Dubai-based Arab Television network.

"I can't imagine that Muslims [actually] want a mosque at this particular location, because it will become an arena for the promoters of hatred, and a monument to those who committed the crime," writes Al-Rashed in the column, which was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute. "Moreover, there are no practicing Muslims in the area who need a place to worship, because it is a commercial district. Is there anyone who is [really] eager [to build] this mosque?"

He adds, "I do not think that the majority of Muslims want to build a monument or a place of worship that tomorrow may become a source of pride for the terrorists and their Muslim followers, nor do they want a mosque that will become a shrine for the haters of Islam."

With 100+ mosques in New York, why is there such a desire to build another one in a commercial district where no Muslims live and near the most famous act of terrorism ever committed on American soil by extremists of that same religion?


Al-Rashed agrees. He went on to say that the New York Islamic leader Faisal Abdul Rauf, president of the Cordoba Initiative,who is leading the plans for the Ground Zero mosque, is making a decision that is "not at all an intelligent one". As only 20% of Americans favor its construction, the idea this mosque is a way to create reconciliation is again...what's the word?....right...ill-conceived.

So either the man's an imbecile. Or his motives aren't exactly pure. Okay, not pure at all.

In the meantime, Obama stuck his tongue out and stepped on it last week. He supported the mosque, an unpopular opinion and, as we can see from Al-Rashed's statements, also an unfounded one.

Rahm Emanuel, according to Sean Hannity, spent the weekend calling Democrats and begging them not to oppose the President and his mosque opinion.

What's got Rahm sweating? He knows it was a bad political move, I'm guessing. Or he just wants another excuse to talk to Congressional members while they shower. It could go either way.

He's not the only one sweating. Obama's decision to publicly support the Ground Zero Mosque even has liberal pundits begging for George W. Bush to make a statement and save their Barry boy from his own motor mouth.

"It's time for W. to weigh in," writes the New York Times' Maureen Dowd. Bush, Dowd explains, understands that "you can't have an effective war against the terrorists if it is a war on Islam." Dowd finds it "odd" that Obama seems less sure on that matter. But to set things back on the right course, she says, "W. needs to get his bullhorn back out" -- a reference to Bush's famous "the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon!" speech at Ground Zero on September 14, 2001.

Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson is also looking for an assist from Bush. "I…would love to hear from former President Bush on this issue," Robinson wrote Tuesday in a Post chat session. "He held Ramadan iftar dinners in the White House as part of a much broader effort to show that our fight against the al-Qaeda murderers who attacked us on 9/11 was not a crusade against Islam. He was absolutely right on this point, and it would be helpful to hear his views."

And Peter Beinart, a former editor of the New Republic, is also feeling some nostalgia for the former president. "Words I never thought I'd write: I pine for George W. Bush," Beinart wrote Tuesday in The Daily Beast. "Whatever his flaws, the man respected religion, all religion." Beinart longs for the days when Bush "used to say that the 'war on terror' was a struggle on behalf of Muslims, decent folks who wanted nothing more than to live free like you and me…"

Sorry ya'll. Daddy is retired and won't comment. Junior is in charge now and must reap the political backlash that he sows. I think it's called being President. But if that title doesn't fit, maybe we should remind Barry he's an adult now.

How does Obama respond to all this yammering about his previous yammering? He doubles down and yammers some more. If at first you don't succeed...that has to be Obama's mantra.

Woohoo! And the ride just keeps going round and round and round. No need to plunk in a quarter.

While Sen. Harry Reid, a most nasally-annoying yet powerful Democrat, speaks against the Ground Zero Mosque, his girl pal Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants to investigate anyone who opposes it. I don't think they'll be painting each other's toes for awhile.

Today, Rush tagged her actions "soft tyranny". Has a nice ring to it.

Who does she want investigated?

Oh. Right. These people.

And now we're full circle.


The Ground Zero Mosque backers admitted today they won't refuse money from Saudia Arabia or Iran to build their mosque. Fifteen of the 19 terrorists of 9/11 were Saudi Arabian and Iran is an official sponsor of terrorism, according to the U.S. government.

Yep. It's so obvious this is about reconciliation. I feel like holding someone's hand.

He loves them, he loves them not

Deciphering the words of Barney Frank feels like swimming in spit with ear plugs in. That, and the man lies without compulsion. But hey, someone voted him in office so we have to deal. Spit and all.
“There were people in this society who for economic and, frankly, social reasons can’t and shouldn’t be homeowners,” Frank said. “I think we should, particularly, stop this assumption that you put everybody into home ownership.”
Interesting idea, Rep. Frank.

In the video, he begins singing his own praises like a bird, a Tweetie Bird actually, about how he tried, oh desperately tried, by 2005 to stop this train wreck that is Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.


June 2005

"You're not going to see the collapse that you see when people talk about the bubble. So those of us on our committee in particular will continue to push for home ownership." Barney Frank

In other words: Bubble? What bubble? Fire up the federal subsidizing. We need more people who can't afford homes to get taxpayer supported home loans! Drinks all around. I need to wet my whistle.

He's tried this lie before. On a different channel. An old Chinese proverb says that if a silly man repeats his lies often enough, silly liberal media will help him.

Am I being unfair? Let's ask Bill.

Frank saying he didn't see the bubble but insisting we should listen to his opinion about the housing crisis is like a military commander directing his men into an obvious death trap while he watches the bloodshed from a mountain top, smokes a Havana, and applauds his skills as a military strategist.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Babs and Barry split?

Oh, heartbreak upon heartbreak. Barbra Streisand ditched last night's fundraiser with The One, leaving Obama with nothing but memories from the corner of his mind about the way they were.

Barbra Streisand and Jeffrey Katzenberg were no-shows at a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee fundraiser the two were to co-host Monday night at the Los Angeles home of television producer John Wells.

President Obama spoke at the event, and other co-hosts included Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams.

What a funny lady.

Turn left at next propaganda sign

The music reminds me of Knight Rider. I don't really think that's important. Just wanted to share.

If you had a say in how your tax dollars were spent, I bet you'd overwhelmingly vote to purchase road signs. There's nothing I enjoy more when stuck in construction than to stare at a green road sign patting itself on the back for my inconvenience. They make excellent targets for when I have an excess of raw eggs needing disposal.

Knight Rider. Don't you think?

Monday, August 16, 2010

Quote Them: When Bradbury speaks, I listen

“I think our country is in need of a revolution. There is too much government today. We've got to remember the government should be by the people, of the people and for the people.”
Ray Bradbury,
outspoken visionary, creative genius, and one of my favorite authors

PS If you haven't read Fahrenheit 451 yet, get to it. Or if you haven't read it since high school, it deserves a repeat. There are political parallels there, just like in Atlas Shrugged, that will send shivers all the way up your free-thought lovin' spine.

In the Los Angelos Times article which featured Bradbury's push for more space exploration, not Obama's less, for more books and less Kindle, and for more individual freedom and less government, the writer Susan King described the legendary author as "one of America's great dreamers, but his imagination takes him to some dark places when it comes to contemporary politics."

Dark places. People having more control over their lives is dark? Yes, I suppose so. Especially when you have bastions of honesty like Charlie Rangel to make those tough, mind-blowing decisions on which light bulb to buy.

The "contemporary politics" bit sounded like a jab on the man's age. What happened to honoring our elders? Listening to their wisdom? Not anymore. He's old and thus his commentary on current politics is placed in the "don't touch" cataloging of "contemporary politics." In other words, keep your opinions to life in the 50s old timer.

If he'd been wearing an "I heart Obama" shirt and flipping through pages of O Magazine, King would have changed her "American dreamer" title to "American icon" and drooled praise on the man's eternal voice. But since he believes in individual freedom, Bradbury's just an old man with a good imagination.

Your objective media at work, folks.

the Great Comparison

Not difficult to see the differences.

This is why there is no compromise. Conservatives don't want to be enslaved even a little.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Being conservative tougher than being gay?

That's what these two gay conservative Tea Party Patriots said. If they talk about their conservative views in a gay bar, they're socially ostracized. If they hold up a sign at a Tea Party about being a gay conservative, they get their hand shook.

Conservatives love the individual. And here's a great example.

This is what makes America great. If we honor the freedoms of every individual, if we value every single life, we can find common ground.

We don't have to agree on everything for national prosperity. In fact, conservatives are the ones fighting for the right to disagree.

Liberals, however, are fighting to make everyone agree with them or punish, tax, forbid, or force those who don't.

I'm searching for a word to describe that mindset....oh right, intolerant.

Best audience question ever

37 seconds and Deepak Chopra is stunned into silence. Nice question. Possibly the best audience question ever.

I have no idea when this was or where. It's more like a follow-up to my previous Anne Rice post and Jeremy D. Boreing's article about it over at BigHollywood today. Great read from start to finish.

He embedded this video in the article and it's too good not to share. And share some more. In fact, I may post this again in the future. Or at least replay it when I'm hungry for a word of logical sense from anyone under a spotlight.

Take it away brilliant man in the red shirt. He's got what my father always called, "common sense," though there's nothing common about it.

Here's a great excerpt from Jeremy's article. And here's the link. It's definitely worth the click.

Anne Rice, Dick Wolf, Rosie O’Donnell, and all of the actors and writers and musicians that so malign Christians are part of a tiny sliver of people who live at the peak of human decadence. They are utterly insulated from dissenting opinions.

They hate the church because it does not embrace their own self-gratifying lifestyles. It is the only place left where they encounter a no. So they rebel against it like the frightened children that they are and try to both destroy it and gain its love.

Exactly. They are children wanting cookies for dinner and mad at getting their hand slapped when it's forever stuck in the jar.

Quote Them: Anne Rice leaves Christianity in the name of Jesus Christ

"I quit being a Christian. I’m out. In the name of Christ, I refuse to be anti-gay. I refuse to be anti-feminist. I refuse to be anti-artificial birth control. I refuse to be anti-Democrat. I refuse to be anti-secular humanism. I refuse to be anti-science. I refuse to be anti-life. In the name of Christ, I quit Christianity and being Christian. Amen."
Anne Rice,
devout Godly woman rich and famous for writing gory vampire movies

PS. In 1994, I walked out of the theater and away from Brad Pitt's veiny, pale face in Interview with a Vampire. No vehicle of my own. No way to leave. I sat in the theater lobby with my brother and we stared at the water-stained walls until the movie ended and our rides emerged.

I couldn't stomach the blood, the death and dismemberment, the calous treatment of human life, or the horrific evil images. And as I sat there, ignoring the sound of screams coming from behind the door, I knew the woman who had written the book and eventually the screenplay, Anne Rice, had to be a woman of pure heart.

I'd fled the theater while Pitt drank dog blood and Tom Cruise snapped a woman's neck. That had been the moment I could feel those Christian principles of abhorring evil and clinging to goodness permeating from the screen and directly to my crawling skin.

Rice has been such an example of purity, the Christian community will no doubt suffer culturally from this loss. Who will write books that become movies, like Queen of the Damned, that represent the solid character and lifestyle of Jesus Christ's teachings now?

There will surely be a void of family-friendly entertainment.

If you need counseling, Jeremy D. Boering at BigHollywood is helping Christians work through their grief.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Muslim gay bar next to the Ground Zero Mosque?


Greg Gutfield is serious, one of those rare moments in history, like Halley's Comet or a clothed PETA demonstrator. Since the Muslims behind building the mosque in New York's Ground Zero wants Americans to be tolerant, Gutfield decided they should learn some tolerance, too.

Wait for the "tweet" response he received from the organization. Priceless.

What's next? Annette Bening defending the right of Muslim women to be treated like human beings, instead of donning a head scarf and purring at the tiny feet of Holocaust and 9/11 denier Ahmadinejad?

You never know. It's a crazy world out there.

James Caan: I'm not a (insert bad word) Hollywood liberal

Another gritty, manly man in Hollywood, one of the few left, is telling people to basically shove the title of a "typical Hollywood liberal" in the...uh...face of someone else.

I'm guessing James Caan doesn't get pedicures.

Dang, I love masculine men. Why are there any other kind?
Veteran actor James Caan let people in on a little secret last week. After 46 successful years among Hollywood’s most outspoken liberal stars, he’s speaking up about breaking the mold.

“I'm an ultra conservative,” he said at Moet & Chandon’s 6th Annual Hollyshorts Film Festival Opening Night Celebration in Los Angeles.

“I'm not a G** damn Hollywood liberal, I'm not,” he said, adding he only watches Fox News.
You hear that...punk? Huh? Do ya?
Caan, who was at the event promoting his involvement with the online platform, also added that he doesn’t think Hollywood actors need to comment on every single political issue. When Pop Tarts questioned him on California courts deeming Proposition 8, which bans same sex marriage, “unconstitutional,” he preferred to keep his lips sealed.

"I don't want to comment on that. I'll let those other geniuses do that – all those actors who like to find a stage to push their agendas,” he said. “They don't have political science degrees... I certainly don't. I'll leave it to Sean Penn or Barbara Streisand to comment on that."
I'm laughing. Oh, I'm laughing.

Government program creates Atlanta riot

Let the future the liberals envision begin.
A crowd of people hoping to get federal housing assistance became unruly Wednesday morning with reports of fights breaking out in the crowd.
So many hands out all at once, you can't expect some not to start swinging.

Between 8,000 and 10,000 lined up in Atlanta for rent discount vouchers. Or at least applications to fill out to hopefully get those vouchers. That's the government smarts at work for you. Don't create jobs. Don't provide incentives for work. Have thousands stand in line for two days in the heat for the chance to get "free" money.

It's the age of smart power.
People began lining up at the shopping center two days ago, and by Wednesday morning the crowd had grown to over several thousand people. East Point police, some wearing riot helmets, were patrolling the area. Firefighters and EMTs were attending to people who were overheating in the sun. Police from College Park, Hapeville, Fulton County and MARTA assisted in crowd control.
The lines, the riots, the crowds, the heat exhaustion, the police in riot gear. It's Utopia. I feel like breaking out in song. More government programs please!
Felecia McGhee told the AJC she arrived around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. She said the major problem began when people started breaking into the line and officials started moving the areas where they were handing out applications. She said she saw at least two small children trampled when the crowd rushed the building where the applications were to be handed out.
So children get trampled. This is the change we can believe in.

Unless you earn the money you receive, you are a slave. Period. You are imprisoned and controlled by whoever you are begging for loose change. This is why the Founding Fathers designed a nation purposeful and directional in creating individual wealth and open opportunities.
They did it to set people free.

Liberal ideology, however, will put them back in chains.

But hey, it's only the occasional child trampling. It's only making people into beggars. It's only robbing individuals of self-respect and self-reliance. It's only giving authority over your life to a faceless politician to toss you crumbs from their lavish banquet, but only when they want and for how long they want.

No harm no foul, right? And who doesn't mind the occasional riot.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

I want your money

No. I do. Really. But that's a different subject. Right now, I'm talking about a movie with that title.

I need popcorn.

Or a box of Pop Rocks.

Sarah Palin v ...Drag Queen?

This video of a "teacher" holding a "worse Governor ever" sign and confronting Palin has hit the media's frothing Sarah appetite to such a degree they need elastic waistbands.

Sarah handled it poorly, supposedly, even though by the end of the video this "teacher" is agreeing they have a lot in common and that she's honored to meet her.

Watch the video and then we'll discuss why I keep using quotation marks with the word "teacher."

This dedicated teacher isn't exactly a teacher. She's a Theater Tech and a singer in a Drag Queen band. And she has some insidiously left connections. MacsMind blog has been chasing down her whereabouts and having a hard time finding any evidence of her teaching claim.

Check here to see his updates and here to see the drag queen band picture.

Here's what MacsMind has discovered thus far:

Additionally I could care less whether she performs in a drag queen band or for a play. What is significant is that she is president of the Board of Directors, Kachemak Bay. Family Planning Clinic (KBFPC) in Homer, AK, aka, abortion rights organization.

We all know that progressives have targeted Sarah for not aborting her Down Syndrome Affected child Trig.

The more I dig the more I find connections between Gustafson and Shannyn Moore, the progressive blogger and chief harasser of Sarah Palin and it’s looking more and more like this was a “bait” setup for which Sarah bit, but then she would have had no choice. Had she not approached them over the banner they most likely would have approached her.

Either way it backfired and Sarah won the day by most accounts.

If Sarah's no viable political threat to liberals, why do they need to resort to overly dramatized tactics and lying? If she's as pointless and laughable as they claim she is, ignore her. It's what I do with Perez Hilton.

Shakespeare said it best. They protest too much.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Trailer: Get Low

Good, good stuff coming out about this movie. A great cast and, reportedly, one of Robert Duvall's best roles.

Plus, Gerald McRaney just showed up on the scene. Ever since Simon & Simon, I've loved Gerald McRaney. He's a conservative, a huge supporter of the military, and has taken numerous USO Tours to visit our troops from Somalia to Iraq.

That, and I think Delta Burke, his wife, is just gusty as all get out.

And then, of course, there's, oh my, Robert Duvall. Inhale, exhale. He's one of the truly talented actors of this age and the next. We don't have many of those. I talk, often, with my friends about our loss and void of Jimmy Stewarts and Clark Cables and John Waynes and Cary Grants of and from Hollywood. Now we have Leonardo and Brad Pitt and Matt Damon. And they all look like little boys on screen with their soft hands and scrubbed faces and voices with no melody of struggle or determination.

But not Robert Duvall.

I'll let the grit of the man, along with his own words, speak for themselves.

Black conservatives, they exist

The liberal media treats black conservatives like Bigfoot. There are rumors of their existence, even the occasional picture, but no one really believes it.

Personally, I find the idea a minority can't be conservative to be a racist statement. In other words, minorities aren't individuals. They all think the same, are the same.

Isn't that, in essence, what they are saying? At any point does the media lump all white people into one political party or ideological grouping?

Of course not. White people are individuals. But those minorities, well...they are all liberal democrats because they all think exactly the same.

Tisk, tisk you racist reporters.

There are black conservatives out there. And, they are some of the most impressive people - educated, passionate, intelligent, humorous - you'll ever meet. Because they are black? Nope. Because they are free-thinking, America-loving, freedom-embracing, individual-promoting, usually God-fearing, all-inclusive people.

That's the definition of a conservative, a lover of the individual.

A group of black conservatives recently held a press conference to address the NAACP statements that the Tea Party Movement is racist.

Not only are the questions they received negative, you can hear the hostility in the reporters' voices. How dare these black conservatives destroy the media's talking point that conservatives are all racist.

How dare.

Sometimes, in the silence of my day, with no one else around, encumbered by only my house walls, I can't help but clap and cheer at the occasional video I stumble across. This one even got a "woohoo" and the sporadic "ha!"

Conservatives rock. And yes, I've got to stop listening to 80's hair bands.

Friday, August 6, 2010

Far and Away

I'm here. Still. And thank you for everyone still checking in despite my recent absences. What can I say? We are the ones we've been waiting for.

Blogging as been heavily sporadic lately due to massive projects. And I've just returned from a trip working on a major project that, if it evolves, I'll love telling you about. Until then, I won't bore you with it.

This is just a note to let you know I haven't disappeared for good. More posts are coming on Monday. And sarcasm is sure to be embedded within them.

Thank you to all who have been on this journey with me for the last few years. You're everything I never knew I always wanted.

See you Monday!