This is Memorial Day In our land of the free. It’s because of those who sacrificed Whose graves you’re here to see. They fought on foreign lands And across the open sea, And paid the ultimate price To keep you and I free. So put all things aside And honor this important day, Which we have dedicated As our Memorial Day –LTC. Ret. Samuel Lombardo of Destin
I discovered a great website a few years ago, that shares old poems, tales and craft ideas for everyone young and old. It’s called The Virtual Vine and I really recommend it strongly, for inspiration in all seasons, warm, hot and cold.
I’ve been watching CNN which is covering the disaster in Atlanta. Being a little farther north and hit with a bit more snow than Atlanta, it’s some what annoying that CNN is trying to create a blame game story here.
Instead of covering the unusual occurrence of the event. Of course Atlanta was a disaster, this doesn’t happen that far south. Of course traffic was a nightmare, this doesn’t happen there.
They should be treating this like the natural disaster it is for that region. Then they can ask the questions, why wasn’t the city prepared and why didn’t they plan ahead.
I feel so sorry for the people all over the south who aren’t used to this. But let’s not act like this a tornado or hurricane and the entire city is under water and we need to blame someone for it. Geezo Peezo!
A World Wide Event February 1st, Saturday at 12:00pm Eastern U.S.
As concerns mount over next month’s Olympic games, Russian President Vladimir Putin is insisting he’s got things under control. Many governments are offering assistance and making plans to protect their athletes. The U.S. announced they are making emergency evacuations plans for Americans in case something does occur.
There is an overwhelming atmosphere of concern, dread and fear associated with the Olympics.
Please share this event with your friends, family and spiritual communities. The more positive thoughts we share at the same moment in time, the more good we can create around the games and hold everyone in safety and peace.