Today I will present you with what I can briefly cover of the last fortnight’s American political events thus far neglected along with a special note at the conclusion.
Tag Archives: St. Patrick’s Day
Commencing Year Three
On St. Patrick’s Day 2020 I went to see my Primary Care Provider for a routine check up. When I came home I went into self-imposed home confinement for several months in reaction to the pandemic. Early this morning I’m seeing Cathy again and when I return my self imposed out of prudence restrictions will be nowhere near as strict but I’m certainly not foolish enough to sound the all clear. Continue reading Commencing Year Three
One Year In The Life Of Larry
The title of today’s article is only misleading in that it would lead you to believe it is solely about me. Actually I am using myself to illustrate what many Americans have been through for the last year – and we are the more fortunate ones. In some ways this is a time capsule article if I ever wrote one.
Bits And Pieces 2020
Today is St. Patrick’s Day so I want to begin by wishing a Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all my readers of Irish ancestry (or those temporarily portraying themselves as such) and any I might have on the Emerald Isle. I admit I stole today’s title from the Dave Clark Five’s 1964 hit; it is not in the least bit Irish but it is upbeat as any good St. Patty’s Day celebration should be. Also today’s article is a series of bits about a variety of topics. Put on something green – I’ll be wearing a green shirt all day – and let’s explore. Continue reading Bits And Pieces 2020