Thursday, August 26, 2010

Living in the Fast Lane

Storing up grievances is more than a waste of time; it 's a waste of life that could be lived to greater satisfaction. (One Day At A Time In Al-Anon, 18 August)


After supper I went for a walk in the neighborhood. I was the only one outside. This isn't unusual. Most of the time only a few children and I are outside.

I wrote about how to create friend "lists" on Facebook. They serve two purposes. You can use them to filter which postings display on the screen and you can use them to send a "group" mailing to only certain friends.

Today we are hopeful that a huge pile of mattresses (about ten of them), a couch, television and other items will be picked up by the county bulk trash truck from in front of one of the "flop houses" that have sprung up in "the hood." On the driveway, in front of the carport, there is one abandoned minivan and alongside of the house is a transmission. Under the carport is another untagged car which supposedly belongs to someone living in the basement. The county is slow to react to this situations and they soon get out of hand.

Are you coming to Washington, DC for the Glenn Beck event this weekend? Who does this guy think he is?

Mr. Dickie
26/Aug/2010 8:18

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