Sunday, April 26, 2020


Hardship, we all feel the effects of this pandemic and we all wish it would soon get over with. Everything we do somehow affects our mental state.  We go out to the movies, go out to eat, do shopping and many other things. With this going on we have stopped do anything but stay at home. Going outside in our back yard or walking our dogs, but staying a good six feet away from any other dog walker.

                Yes, even speaking to our friends or neighbors has stopped unless it’s through texting, or emails. After a couple of weeks everyone becomes depressed or angry over the situation and just want it to stop.

                We’re all in this together and we all have to support one another in this time of need. People who are going through depression need to reach out to help lines to help them through this time of need.

                Now I know what you are thinking. Speak to a consular or a skink? I’m not crazy why should I speak to one of those guys? The answer is simple. They can help relieve some of the pressure you are feeling.

                We’re all in this together. We’re all feeling the same thing and we’re all in this together. Asking for help isn’t a sign of weakness like you might have thought. It’s a sign of strength. Knowing you need help and asking for it. There are many hot lines to call. So if you are feeling depressed or a lot of anxiety then ask for help. There their for a reason, it’s doesn’t mean you are weak.
                                                   MAY GOD BLESS, AND KEEP YOU SAFE!

Saturday, April 11, 2020



Have you thought about it? Really thought about how many disasters there have been in the world?

Every generation goes through some type of disaster. Whether it’s sickness like the flu, which killed thousands or polo that affected thousand of children before there was a vaccine.

                How about the wars, here in the United States a long time ago or the wars overseas our brothers, fathers, and husbands fought in. Think of how many soldiers have been killed. From World War I through the war we fought recently. How many families had to bury their family members. This was also a disaster.

                Floods, Fire, illness and global warming also fall into the category of disasters. Think about the stories your Grandparents or great Garand parents past down through the generations to generations, even the plague falls into the category of disasters.

                From drought, to locus, floods, and bad crops effecting families. Every so many years disasters hits. Earthquakes, volcano’s to seismic waves happen without warning most times, and even tornadoes.

I remember my father back in the fifties things were so bad he killed rates for a silver dollar a day. I also remember my grandparents meeting the food truck once a month for power milk and a box of cheese. What do you remember about your childhood.

                Was your childhood, filled with similar stories? Or, did you have the great life of the rich? It doesn’t matter if you did, you still could experience the effects of a tornado or hurricane, even a flood. My children will tell their children and great grand children about the terrible house fire that burnt our house to the ground. Leaving nothing but ashes to shift through to find anything of value left behind only to find nothing that hadn’t been destroyed.

                Yes it doesn’t matter whether you are rich or poor we can all find some sort of disaster in our lives and if none have occurred to you yet, be prepared it will. Now, or in the future you will experience some sort.

                It depends on how you handle it. Whether you dust yourself off and go on or sit down and feel sorry for yourself. It’s up to you.

                                                                                MY GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU SAFE.