Homelessness . . . Racism . . . And Postage Stamps.

First, I must say this: Requires reading to the end, if you'd like to know what the heck I'm writing about. It's only 250 words. My roommate and I split a three-bedroom house, and I have to send my rent out of state. I needed a postage stamp, that's all. Since I work in infrastructure, … Continue reading Homelessness . . . Racism . . . And Postage Stamps.

Virus Information [John Hopkins]

**GOOD INFORMATION** More virus basics: The following is from Irene Ken physician, whose daughter is an Asst. Prof in infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins University, quite informative. * The virus is not a living organism, but a protein molecule (DNA) covered by a protective layer of lipid (fat), which, when absorbed by the cells of … Continue reading Virus Information [John Hopkins]

Infrastructure Blessings

Last summer I made the illogical [to most] decision to retire from being a Culinary Chef, and accept a job in the World of Infrastructure. Yesterday, The Colorado State Governor announced that both construction, and infrastructure are to be classified as [Critical], thereby continuing to work. Everyday I drive to work is a Blessing! I … Continue reading Infrastructure Blessings

Things I Love About Women [Eye Contact]

Here's another example of something that I love about women . . . the woman's ability to control our eye contact. I've always enjoyed the struggle, that little struggle between a man and a woman during a conversation. You know what I'm referring to, that cat and mouse game that sometimes takes place when we … Continue reading Things I Love About Women [Eye Contact]

Things I love about women explained . .

Things I love about women explained. The healing process . . . Why would any man post something nearly every day on such a topic? Self Expressive Therapy . . . writing helps me deal with the pain and loss of everyone. Since the end of my marriage five years ago, I've abstained completely from … Continue reading Things I love about women explained . .