Sometimes you have a great idea to post about and when you go to write it out the idea is just gone, vanished into the weird network of ones brain. I tend to blog from the heart and soul but the brain is a vitally important part of the whole thing. Maybe I will remember that opus I was going to post about sometime. Perhaps it will change the world for the better. Perhaps it will inspire someone. Perhaps.
Today’s good news is that it’s Friday. May you finish your week strong and then have a little fun. Hang in there through it all everyone. Grace and peace and love.
This is the last post of 2020. It has been quite the year and we all have struggled in one way or another. Some how we made it throughout the year and I feel lucky having done so. Whatever comes our way in the future lets be supportive and kind. My friends, may we have peace in the coming year.
Also, wear your masks, we still have a pandemic out there.
Friends, I am going to try to lighten up the content you see here. We all can use some levity. However, the world is a place of suffering and pain that cannot be ignored no matter how hard we try. So in my future posts, I will try to have a balance of the sacred, the serious to the silly, and stuff on the fringes. Also, a video or two to keep things interesting.
I realize it’s my blog and I can post what I want, but I want to have a place that is fun as it is pointed, relevant, and reacting to current events. That is why I am posting vintage toys and continuing to complain about Monday’s and the state of the world. Thanks for hanging with me all these years and for connecting here. Feel free to respectfully comment.
I encourage everyone to have a balance and to keep on blogging. The blogging community needs your voice. Let’s have some fun. Peace and love to you all.
Your Blogging Pal, Tony.
Everyone needs a place to express themselves online. A place to post whatever your heart wants. The problem comes when you have family members who want to see what you post but you would rather them not. Whether it be your blog or Twitter having the freedom to express yourself without having to say you are sorry or to be criticized for it. You don’t have to explain your opinions because they are your opinions and they should be not up for debate.
National First Responders Day on October 28 recognizes the heroic men and women who make it their business to take immediate action when disaster strikes. Think Firefighters, police, paramedics, and more who get the call in times of an emergency. These brave people are found in every community everywhere. It’s not hard to understand and appreciate the dangerous and challenging work they do.