Archive for October, 2010

” Multitaxing”

October 11, 2010

Again the autumn season is absolutely stupendous with sunshine galore and gentle breezes as the muti coloured leaves fall from the various trees. It just seems like heavenly personified. Ones overnight rest however played havoc, although one’s eyes were closed and felt serene. One was multitaxing thinkingwise. Thinking of the simultaneous characteristics ones relatives have in commonality. Such camaraderie there would be if only they knew. If so, then they would feel more at ease, and contact one another more often than they do, instead of out of a blue moon. Was specifically thinking of my late sister Christine. In that vane wished one had known her better. Then at the same time, grateful that one has a close relationship with Liz her daughter. Then Christal, her sister has the same birthday with my son Andre which is the 21st of this month. They are only a year apart. While waiting for ones frames and lenses from lenscrafter, that is a whole separate story. Been reading in the interim. That is always an excellent way to gain knowledge, be entertained, use time constructively all at the same time. About a month ago got an answering machine from R. S. and it is digital. For some reason it doesn’t work so will need to return it on Tuesday, before going to a dentist appt., then going to Borders. Discontinued the voice mail with AT&T. They are so outrageously pricewise. Besides keeping a roof over ones head which is most important to ones morale.

“One On One”

October 10, 2010

While supposedly finishing the said blog, one had wanted to have posts instead of the categories, so one pressed posts and temporarily lost the said blog. So it happens! Must move on! So now momentarily one will do ones  best to recall the said blog. While viewing birds with outstretched wings soaring through the open sky, a boat gliding through the bay. There is a abundance of warmth with sunshine galore. People should treat others on a one on one basis,regardless of political affiliation, sexual orientation, religious or non religious matters. Just finished “Crimes Against America” by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. It was very informative however somewhat bias.It is sad that in 37 states there are nuclear plants. A sadder still there are oil, gas, beer and coal plants all giving of toxic fumes to the environment. What’s more incredible is that these companies give money to all political campaigns. This is so wrong. There should be a law prohibiting this action. If one should accomplish anything the agenda should be to disregard issues and go after what is more important. Just be diplomatic.


October 2, 2010

There is a cold wind briskly blowing as the grey clouds appear in the sky surely autumn is well underway and here to stay for a while. Recently there was an brief article written on a very well known legendary American family. If this particular family was commonplace then countless pieces wouldn’t be scripted and numerous broadcasts wouldn’t be spoken about them. Yet because they are the Kennedy’s they are set aside supposedly as a model for others to follow in their footsteps. This family is either loved or hated by others. The updated piece of work was mainly focused on their cousin Michael Skakel Kennedy who has been in prison for more than a quarter of a century. He in the process has lost his son, his wife and his physical health is slowly and surely deteriorating. The emotional stress is constant brought on by one trial and subsequenting trials to obtain enough evidence to overturn his conviction. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has always gone to bat for him along with his cousin Bobby Shriver and his brother Stephen Shriver. These three men have been on Michael’s side from the very beginning. The two Shriver brothers have lost tens of thousands of dollars along the way as they were insurance men and work collectively for a company. As a result to company has folded due to the lack of funds. Needless to mention that the Kennedys, Skakels, and the Shrivers and all divided concerning this issue. It is extremely sad that the evil of money comes into play in this equation. One might add that if these families were just the everyday people and not who they were than others wouldn’t give them the time of day.