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Democrats have lived in an altered state of reality since November 2016, and they will do anything to convince America to join them in their left-wing madness. Democrats, and their attack dog — “fake news” — media, have done everything possible to concoct and push a false national narrative.
Finally the bells of summer have tolled and school is back in session. I told my school teacher wife early Monday morning before she left the house headed to Conehatta Elementary School, that I felt a bit melancholy.
I have a simple saying that is one of the corner stones of my principals and personality when it comes to interacting with people. I don’t recall where I first heard this saying and I don’t recall from whom or where it came, but these words have had a profound impact on my life since hearing them almost two decades ago.
Time flies when you’re having a good time. Or, so the old saying goes.
It flew by last week while my wife, Danny, and I were on vacation. “Days on the beach sure do go by fast,” I said to her on our way home. Much faster than the days of the week at work, I think.
Opinion! The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines an opinion as:
1 a: a view, judgment, or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter. We asked them for their opinions about the new stadium.
b: approval, esteem. I have no great opinion of his work.
It is three-tenths of a mile from the end of my driveway down the dirt and gravel Pine Grove Road to Highway 21. Three-tenths of a mile. A little after 6:00 a.m. on the Fourth of July I decided to walk to the highway and back because I was more than a little perturbed on the eve of the Fourth as I drove in from work.