Aren’t those flowers pretty?

Good Morning & Happy Thursday,

The weekend is here, celebrate.

Today is Thursday 04/17V3.4 & it is just a normal-Vernon J type day.

Technically this is my 3rd blog post. I didn’t do it this morning before leaving home & I drove in.

I’m on lunch now.

The word of the day is analphabetic which is not alphabetic. I don’t know who make these things up.

Does anyone want to go to Shendoah today?
image The chariot leaves my current location at 1507. Come aboard the hangout with Vernon J train for 3 hours.

You can tell me secrets & I can tell you mines.

A good day is being had at work, how about yourself?

Quotes from the World for April 17th

Strictly speaking, one cannot legislate love, but what one can do is legislate fairness and justice. If legislation does not prohibit our living side by side, sooner or later your child will fall on the pavement and I’ll be the one to pick her up. Or one of my children will not be able to get into the house and you’ll have to say, “Stop here until your mom comes here.” Legislation affords us the chance to see if we might love each other.

Maya Angelou
Maya Angelou (b. 1928), African American author and performer. As quoted in I Dream a World, by Brian Lanker (1989).

Tough Decision

Do I drive into work?

Good Morning & Happy Wednesday,

I don’t have to work tonight at this moment, but I might. Tina (roommate) usually picks me up from work, but she is o.o.t. & left the car. If I do have to go to work, I’ll have to come home & get the car, but I don’t want to drive into work by myself.

Today is Wednesday 04/16/V3.4.

The week has been Grand so far.
Tomorrow is guaranteed to be interesting. I don’t know how today will go.

Yesterday the fundraiser was fantastic. Great to hear Gwenn’s vision for the Nebraska Unicameral & residents of Nebraska. If you live in District 8, I’m asking you to vote for Gwenn.

The word of the day is picayune which is of little value or account; small; trifling

The weekend is coming.

I didn’t get any soundtrack suggestions, what’s up with that?

Have a day.

Here We Go

Here we go again,

Good Morning & Happy Tuesday,

I decided to go to work at 0645.

Today is Tuesday 04/15/V3.4 & I get to hangout with the Governor of Nebraska & the Congressman for the 2nd District of Nebraska. That’s just how I roll.

A nice uncomplicated morning.

That is all

You’re Not Paying Attention

Supposedly, my roommates sister wants to know if I’m single.

Good Morning & Happy Monday,

A. either her phone has been stolen, OR she hasn’t been paying attention.

Today is Monday 04/14/V3.4 & it is a chance to love again.

I had a good breakfast this morning.


Made a bagel as well

It was so yummy.

The word of the day is cuittle which is to wheedle, cajole, or coax.

I think today I will be going to pick up a recycling bin. It is so overdue.

So how ‘terrible was your weekend’? Did you have a terrible time Thursday with friends sending out mail? Did you have a terrible time Friday at your favorite bar, & then go to a fish fry & do this?
image On Saturday did you go to Lincoln, make Vietnam contacts & meet syomeone from Michigan who was giving their sine a tour of UNL?[I told him to go to UNO].

Cause of you did that I’m sure you had a terrible weekend.

It sure was fun though.

Now let’s ahead to this week. Tuesday Gwenn is having a fundraiser, Wednesday I have to work, Thursday I’ll be back in North Omaha. Oh looks like I have no time to help Shane.


I’m back did you miss me? Just had to create a event for Saturday. Back to the ball field

Have a great day & stay a little while.

Quotes from the World for April 14th

How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour, and that one, is what we are doing. A schedule defends from chaos and whim. It is a net for catching days. It is a scaffolding on which a worker can stand and labor with both hands at sections of time. A schedule is a mock-up of reason and order—willed, faked, and so brought into being; it is a peace and a haven set into the wreck of time; it is a lifeboat on which you find yourself, decades later, still living.

Annie Dillard
Annie Dillard (b. 1945), U.S. author. The Writing Life, ch. 2 (1989).