April Fool's Day, five years since I walked from both my home, and my life. From life, to death, to an entirely new and fantastic life, free of lies, liars, and betrayal. I couldn't have done it without you. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank those persons who put themselves before everything else … Continue reading Foolish Anniversary
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.
For those in this world who spend their lives making connections, particularly emotional connections, things have changed . . . somewhat. Imagine if you will, every time that you leave your house, you connect emotionally to those around you. I've written about this before, what it's like living the life of an Empath. In the … Continue reading Knowing . . .
**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]
Is the planet fighting back? Images from space show a dramatic reduction in Atmospheric Pollutants around the world. So many questions . . . J.S. March 23, 2020
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
Let's say a couple of months from now, besides a few pockets of resistance, the COVID-19 has all but disappeared from our lives. After all, this would be normal behavior for the Cold/Flu Season. If so, the virus would probably make a comeback next Winter/Early Spring. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that … Continue reading I Believe In Us
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]
We must all face this crisis together, by staying as far apart as possible! Wishing everyone a safe and healthy day! ❤️ Joe
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 . .