Quote Of The Day

The secret of crisis management is not good vs. bad, it’s preventing the bad from getting worse.

Andy Gilman

Bonus Quote

In a time of crisis, the peoples of the world must rush to get to know each other.

Jose Marti

Quote Of The Day

All these dismal things that are going on in the world – the isolation and the sickness and the governments and the pollution – it’s so frightful, over the whole world.

Merce Cunningham

The Blog Has A New Look, Using The 2015 #WordPress Theme


My blog has a new, different look. This is the 2015 WordPress Default theme and it does a lot of good things such as offering a clean look, plenty of space and a left-side sidebar (most blogs have their sidebar on the right). I am pleased with the modifications and the hue of blue its rocking. I hope it is easy on the eyes for most people. Tell me what you think in the comment section below. Thanks to you all. Keep on blogging good people.

A Note: This Blog Is Open

close up photo of antique brown please come in sign
Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Pexels.com

My blog remains open during this crisis. All our blogs should be open to bridge the social distancing we are doing these days. Having some fun during serious times can give us all some relief. So, please come in. Have some coffee or tea or something stronger and let us chill in the quarantine.

What This #Blogger Is All About

I write for expression and to help make sense of it all. Blogging for me is a means to connect with people. My hope is that I inform, inspire and perhaps lift some folks up. Sometimes I am very serious and other times a bit silly. You have to find a balance between the two. People need other people who will make their lives better and I think blogging can be a way to make that happen.

For me, blogging is just like talking. Jared Polis

This blog comes from a place of personal reflection, justice, inclusion, peace, faith and a spirit that seeks to cover the blogosphere with a lot of grace. I have said this before that blogging is my second religion.

My point of view comes from seeing and experiencing what is going on in the real world. Granted I have a Utopian hope for the here and now and tomorrow that everyone is cared for, nurtured and loved. I have said before if all people don’t have a place at the table or in the blogosphere then it is a threat to all of us.

Real Work Struggles Hope In The Midst Of Struggle

When ones job depends on the cooperation of others it has its own unique challenges. People are so random in how they will respond. Nothing is truly predictable anymore. Like the cliche says the struggle is real. Just do the best you can and hope for the best. Yes those are 3 cliches in a row but the sentiments are needed to keep one going.

Hang in there everyone including me.