My Evening Report

Good Evening & Happy FNP-Eve!!!

It is days like (today) that I created My Evening Report category.

When GREAT days like this happen.

I wake up with a GREAT smile on my face, and usually when I post my first entry my day is GREAT. Now it can get greater though the interactions I have with people, or I(& ONLY I) can make it worst by my interactions with people.

When I posted my instagram picture, 20130228090057124

Here’s a song for you to enjoy.

My day started on the internet & then going to do laundry. I put my clothes in the wash, showered, shaved, and made my bed. I then put the clothes in the dryer & went to Family Dollar. I tried a new brand/scent of fabric softener. UPC – 024200060985, yeah you will have to do some research.

Unlike some news station in the local area. I won’t say any names, but you can see their incomplete story here.  You can also read this collection of posts on twitter.

Now if Shelley can find out the truth with a little research, I’m sure you can too John. YES I e-mailed them and informed them of there error. The e-mail was sent at 21.58, at the current time 23.08 the story has NOT been updated to reflect the correct information.

But remember 1 thing.

On TV. Online. On the Go.
The People You Know. The News You Trust.

Now I’m not saying I don’t trust them. I guess I do know them, I think I met a few of them in person. I’ve also had one of those ‘awkward’ conversations with one of their employees. BUT She’s cool!!

NOW back to how good my day was.

  1. I had II bowls of Ice Cream
  2. My mittens were at still at Metro, that’s a good thing
  3. I was suppose to get I hour of bonus work, but I got II hours of bonus work. I get paid by the hour so that is a good thing.
  4. I danced
  5. I can’t reveal this portion of my day, cause its ‘top secret’ by ‘top secret’ it means I either posted on #4sq, posted on twitter about it earlier and it will be buried in my history that isn’t as easily accessible as this. Potentially more details to come.

Check out my pictures I posted. Photos from Thursday 02/28/V3.3 | Photographs by Vernon J

A Guy who is internally happy is now signing off.

Dentist Appt tomorrow at 08.00 & then work. I thing I’ll go watch a movie since I’ll be up anyways. Or I will come back & take a nap.

Unnamed news station has updated the story, no response to the e-mail!

Quotes from the World for Thursday 02/28/MMXIII

To give the victory to the right, not bloody bullets, but peaceful ballots only, are necessary.

Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865), U.S. president. Fragment of a speech, c. May 18, 1858. Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, vol. 2, p. 454, Rutgers University Press (1953, 1990).

Busy Day

Good Morning & Happy Thursday,
I got a busy day ahead.  I got up at 07.00 & let it roll. I only have to work my other job today, so my day will be done at 20.00.

Today is Thursday 02/28/V3.3 & it is the LAST day of February. Today is Rare Disease day.

Visit to find out more about Hypophosphatasia. I won’t say that word, because you know it is hard. The disease is a condition where you can’t grow new bones. I figure that is a big problem.

The word of the day is ziggurat which is a temple of Sumerian origin in the form of a pyramidal tower.

Scott of CBS news was rude today. I was watching Omaha Morning Blend, there was NO need to cut into the show.

Well I’m going to put this on pause right here, cause I need to take care of some business.

A Little History

People were discussing items on the bus.

I thought I would do some research on them.

The Emancipation Proclamation was issued on January 1, 1863
Total Abolishment of Slavery December 18, 1865 (13th Amendment)

History of Right to Vote.

  • Birth – 1868 (14th Amendment)
  • Race, color, or previous condition of servitude – 1870 (15th Amendment)
  • On account of sex – 1920 (19th Amendment)
  • In Washington, D.C. – 1961 (23rd Amendment)
  • Who are 18 years of age or older – 1971 (26th Amendment)

The voting rights & Civil Rights Act are not the same.

The Civil Rights Act was enacted July 2, 1964.


Quotes from the World for Wednesday 02/27/MMXIII

There is a place where we are always alone with our own mortality, where we must simply have something greater than ourselves to hold onto—God or history or politics or literature or a belief in the healing power of love, or even righteous anger…. A reason to believe, a way to take the world by the throat and insist that there is more to this life than we have ever imagined.

Dorothy Allison
Dorothy Allison (b. 1949), U.S. author and lesbian feminist. Skin, ch. 18 (1994).

Allison had suffered a poverty-stricken, violence-ridden, Southern childhood.

It helps

Good Morning & Happy Wednesday,

It helps to know where you are going to do something. It helps to know what you actually want to do.

Today is Wednesday 02/27/V3.3 & it is a good day.

Well my day started out great, with a thought that encouraged a smile. YEAH!!


The word of the day is zephyrean which is full of or containing light breezes.

Well make the most of it!

Quotes from the World for Tuesday 02/26/MMXIII

Genius differs from talent not by the amount of original thoughts, but by making the latter fertile and by positioning them properly, in other words, by integrating everything into a whole, whereas talent produces only fragments, no matter how beautiful.

Franz Grillparzer
Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872), Austrian author. Notebooks and Diaries (1811-1816).

Rest, Rest, Rest

Good Morning & Happy Tuesday,

I was in bed before 23.00 last night, getting up at 06.08 is a waking up for me.

Today is Tuesday 02/26/V3.3 & they are really thorough with the background checks.

It was a long day that started at that time it did. I then had a meeting, finally rolled back in home after 21.00. A 12 hour day so I went to bed early.

I decided to do my whites today & to try to figure out what’s for lunch.

Did you watch that one show that was on that one station at that one time? Good, Me TOO!

The word of the day is zakuska which is an hors d’oeuvre.

I had a Good Monday!!

Well that’s it for now.

Quotes from the World for Monday 02/25/MMXIII

All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut

Anne Brontë
Anne Brontë (1820–1849), British novelist, poet. Agnes Grey, ch. 1 (1847).

Opening words.