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RAMBLING VINES

RAMBLING VINES

Boy have I got a bone to pick with Governor Clinton. He said it. . .this is not hearsay. . .I heard him say it loud and clear and I was so upset I nearly called him right that minute.

Media literacy; the next super power . . .

Media literacy; the next super power . . .

One thing we have learned or have had reinforced from this pandemic is our need for human contact. And the important role of technology in communicating with others. There’s a skill to communicate efficiently and properly using technology. Even a basic text can be misunderstood without the element of facial expression; hence the creation of emoticons to assist in getting a message across.

RAMBLING VINES

RAMBLING VINES

One of my friends keeps thinking that she should try to get me on “Wheel of Fortune” and make a lot of money, then we would have money for that trip “out West” that we have both dreamed of for years. I am pretty good, in my own surroundings but there is no way I would ever, even if they did come through with an offer, appear on the show. . .for many reasons: First, I don’t aim to fly there or anywhere else; Second place, I don’t have the right clothes for that sort of thing and third, but certainly not least, I would be so totally scared that someone would have to lead me out there and tell them my name.

Christmas nostalgia . . .

Christmas nostalgia . . .

This time of year people become nostalgic as they watch holiday movies. They remind us of simpler times when character and traditional values mattered. We can rely on a happy ending and that good will win out in the end. We become blanketed in a secure feeling as we reminiscence about childhood memories at Christmas.

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