Surf, Sand, Sun, and Fun...
We went to the beach this past work week...to Grayton Beach State Park in Florida. We hadn't been there since our college days when we would pile a bunch of us in a cabin, cut up and carry on as young folks do. Every coast holds its own beauty and attributes, but the gulf coast along the panhandle, the red neck riviera, is one of the prettiest we've experienced. A few years ago we visited the Alabama and Mississippi coast, which I wrote about back at issue 65 of the WW... it has some pretty good photos which were fun to review. I noticed this week's edition is the 250th, so it was time for another beach vacation. We scored on weather, and it was a great trip. Come along on a photo journey this Sunday.
I had a comment thread chock full of great ideas the last time I posted about this issue.
Today, I want to continue with a few more ideas.
Since most common tools for the kitchen, bathroom, and for personal hygiene, come from China, we thought of some common, every day items that, in the future, will be very handy to have to replace what breaks, or wears out.
“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.”
Time passes quick it has been over a months since the last diary on Self Care. Observing and monitoring for changes in health is an important part of the practice. The tools range from simple observation and documenting paper to high tech applications for a smart phone. When using an application privacy of data varies with the vendor. If you are lucky enough to have a longterm relationship with a health provider who does this for you, be grateful. Majority of us have intermittent interaction.
Losing the war in Afghanistan was an important milestone on the road of our dying empire.
But if you listen closely you can almost hear the death-rattle coming from other places, both near and far.
One place where you can hear it is Mexico.
It is a very rare ocurrence when the NY Times concurs with my view on what is happening Right Now. Today's article is one of those times. So I'll copy bits of it for those who cannot access the entire article.
You might have been under the impression that Russiagate flamed out with the anti-climatic 2019 Mueller Report, that failed to prove any major Russiagate theories.
You couldn't be further from the truth. Here's a sampling of headlines since the Report.