I have a new plan starting today

Starting today I will publish what is on tv from the New York Times and the washington post so you have something to look forward to.

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o mr fireplace

Dear friends:
I was attempting to start the fireplace in my house but sadly it wouldn’t go on. It is a cold night you see and a storm is on its way. I was hoping I could enjoy a night by the fire while I read some poems or perhaps post on my blog.
Sadly the fireplace had other ideas. I have called the company and now am hopeful they will come by tomorrow to figure out what is wrong. In the mean time, I am in my hoodie writing this little memo to you all.

A pancake and shopping birthday – happy birthday mom

note: thought I had sent this last night October 15, 2017. ___Before I go to bed I would be remissed if I didn’t wish my mother a happy birthday. I would have done it earlier in the day but I was with her and we had a great day.
First, it started when I bought her breakfast at “The Official Pancake House” not two blocks from my house. We had eggs that were so fluffy it was a wonder they didn’t turn into air. It inspired me to ponder, how can I make eggs fluffy? What did they do differently?
After we finished what we could and brought the rest home for later consumption, mom and I went to the local outlet mall. I bought her a good metallic ice cream scoop because plastic is so last year. Then we went home and made dinner.

starting today off – October 10, 2017

Today is Tuesday, Oct. 10, the 283rd day of 2017. There are 82 days left in the year.
Thank you sky, thank you air, thank you water, thank you friends! Good morning all. Today will be a wonderful day. I hope you have a wonderful day. Keep smiling and sending goodness into the world with every action in your day. What do you think? If you want to follow me on Twitter and get my blog posts in your timeline: just click this link.

Many thanks @nytimes for showing me how to write like a boss

Some people may declare the New York Times an anti gop paper designed only to distroy Donald Trump but the paper has been around far longer than Trumpism.
This post isn’t about whether or not the paper has an agenda toward Mr. Trump rather this post is about the writing the paper does. Below are three things I like and will hope to emulate in my own writings. 1. Word choice.
Rather than saying Dave Babababa is a rood man the Times may say something like Mr. Babababa is a spiteful man toward those he deems disrespectful. That is much more powerful.
2. showing respect to people by giving their first name, middle letter and last name.
In the October 9, 2017 article titled: Columbus Day Protests Are Not New: A Short History of Dissent. We find this line toward the top of the article: “A reverend at Calvary Baptist Church in Manhattan appeared on the front page of The New York Times after he criticized Christopher Columbus, the Italian navigator who sailed to the Americas on behalf of Spain in 1492.
The reverend, R. S. MacArthur, said Columbus was “cruel, and guilty of many crimes.” I like showing that method of respect toward anyone.
3. Powerful headlines that make me want to read.
If you are flipping through the website or the paper and you see something like this: “How Police Surveillance Units Became Unlikely Historians.” You may want to click that story. Please do.
I love you New York Times.

starting today off – October 9, 2017

Today is October 9, 2017
I have a good feeling about today.

Thank you sky, thank you air, thank you water, thank you friends! Good morning all. Today will be a wonderful day. I hope you have a wonderful day. Keep smiling and sending goodness into the world with every action in your day.
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rapping today up – October 7, 2017

Alright friends I am done blogging for the day! Tomorrow promises more good news, more chances to smile and more facts, quotes, and birthdays. So, do what you do well and send on a smile! This quote gets the last word of the day.
A thought for the day: Putting is a fascinating, aggravating, wonderful, terrible and almost incomprehensible part of the game of golf. — Arnold Palmer
A thought for the day: I would rather walk with a friend in the dark than alone in the light. — Helen Keller
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