Family · Just my Thoughts

It’s One of Those Days

Of course, I am going to start my day at about this time yesterday – Monday, November 3. I went grocery shopping yesterday.  The schedule around my house has been extremely hectic and I had not been to the grocery store for any serious shopping in quite some time.  I was out of sugar, out… Continue reading It’s One of Those Days

Just my Thoughts · Politics

Exercising My Voting Privilege

Literally and figuratively.  I just returned, about an hour ago, from my polling place.  You see, I run to my local polling location.  Up until two years ago, this was a relatively flat prospect.  Then, the local fire department started a building project on the station on Route 26.  The polling location moved to Union… Continue reading Exercising My Voting Privilege

Just my Thoughts · Politics

Strangest Weather-Related Issue So Far

Yes, I now have CNN on my television. CNN started publicizing a hotline to report voter irregularities last week or the week before.  They reported on some during early voting in both Georgia and Florida. I have heard of some strange happenings in the local area thanks to but the recent voting irregularities report… Continue reading Strangest Weather-Related Issue So Far

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Election Night Television Recommendation

Should you be tired early this evening of hearing about the lines voters don’t want to wait in (this is a small price to pay for the type of society we live in), the faulty machines that are being used (I am really hoping this doesn’t make big headlines), or how close or not close… Continue reading Election Night Television Recommendation

Family · Just my Thoughts

City School Districts

I have always encouraged my daughter, who is a senior at Niagara University and will graduate with a degree in elementary education and a minor in literacy, to stay in the Niagara area and student teach.  My theory was that even the “city” school districts in our area are not true inner city school districts. … Continue reading City School Districts

Just my Thoughts · Politics

College Students and Voting

I grew up in a very political home.  My grandmother was a poll worker/election inspector.  My best friend’s father was the county democratic chair.  I volunteered on my first presidential campaign in 1972 at the age of 11, stuffing envelopes for George McGovern.  My father could not believe, when I finally registered to vote, that I… Continue reading College Students and Voting