A few thought provoking minutes
Hello, readers, bloggers and inhabitants of the 3rd planet from the sun: My name is Rich and my plan is simple: to provide a few thought provoking minutes every Sunday at Sunday Night Blog and sometimes in between just for the fun of it. Every topic is fair game because every topic is my life, and your life too. Your friends and family touch you, politics affect you, climate chills or warms you, music soothes or rocks you, movies entertain you and taxes burden you. I might grab something from the news or from the back pages of my mind. Whatever it is on any given Sunday, I hope it brings you back on another Sunday to visit again. Humor, satire, news, entertainment, and sometimes poetry or short stories will be found here. Feel free to jump in with comments. Dialogue is a good thing and something we might be able to demonstrate to the aliens inside the beltway.
Meanwhile, I have also been contributing some short stories and random thoughts to SERENDIPITY blog. That is the daily blog by Marilyn Armstrong which includes her writings and photographs as well as those of Tom and Ellen Curley and award winning reporter Garry Armstrong. I have hijacked Sundays to present short stories and essays about life. Stop over there any day to enjoy their posts. You will quickly be a fan, just like I am. Marilyn’s daily photographs always exhibit a keen eye and tell a uniquely American story. I am pleased to be able to grab a spot there.
So…. from @tyleroakley Yes, we all change our minds from time to time and if you are taking notes, you might catch us. Read Tyler for logical point of view on this topic. Yes, you have to hit “so” first.
Now that you have made it to the title page, you might as well move on to page 1. Just click the link in the header above. It will take you to links to all my sites. Yes, you must click on a link to get to a link. It is not quite the same as looking me up in the yellow pages only to find you should have gone to the white pages. I am not talking about the websites, I am talking about the phone book your grandmother used to keep by the telephone. You know the one. It was wired to the wall. Now that you have thrown out her book, she never calls you anymore. That should teach you a lesson. Now click here.