@Kelly_Clarkson & @Jason_Aldean wrapping up the night.
How the different ways we present information, people respond accordingly.
Good Morning & Happy Sunday,
I asked the question, but it was from a ‘trustworthy’ source. Someone presented a link and it is taken in a different way. I’m okay with that, in a way. When you are right you are right. People may not feel that way, but when you present them with facts they can’t argue.
Today is Sunday 10/13/V3.4 & it is a day of relaxation. Today is also Jessica’s 28th Birthday!!!
I’ve made a change to how my blog posts to twitter, so therefore I changed the order of how I open my blog. Don’t worry you’ll still get the same quality posts you have come to know and love.
Well so far today I’ve done a few things. I’ve got all the dishes washed, ate breakfast, brushed my teeth, got half dressed. I’m watch Aeon Flux from Friday 12/02/2005. Good Movie to watch during breakfast and blogging time.
Well today I’m helping Gwenn go door to door.
The word of the day is trepan which is a person who ensnares or entraps others.
The week ahead should be interesting. I have a double meeting on Monday. The week gets better from there. On my calendar I have work Tuesday & Wednesday, Thursday I’m off, Friday & Saturday there is work. There is an open house on Saturday, also there is a Zombie walk on Saturday. So we will see what the week actually entails.
I need to go to the grocery store today for dinner tonight. Also need to acquire some fruit and other necessitates.
Well I wanna say that is it. But now that I was at 269 words, I want to get to 300 words.
Well let’s review how the University of Nebraska Omaha Mavericks did this weekend. The weekend is Thursday, Friday, & Saturday. The volleyball team plays today at 1400, so keep that in mind.
- Friday the soccer & hockey team lost. The Volleyball team won. That makes it 1-2
- Saturday the soccer team & hockey team won. That makes it 3-2.
- The UNO Mavericks had a winning record. YEAH! GO MAVS!!!
Well this is really it.
Vernon J on pause.
Is boredom anything less than the sense of one’s faculties slowly dying?
John Berger (b. 1926), British author, critic. repr. (1976). A Fortunate Man, p. 133 (1967.