In Memory Of Those Lost To COVID-19

Over 504,000 people have died in the United States due to COVID-19

Globally over 2.4 Million have lost their lives to COVID-19

In my home state of Tennessee, USA 11,133 souls have perished to COVID-19.

This fight isn’t over, prevention is the best tool. Wearing masks is needed to keep people from getting the virus. Vaccination will save lives so get yours when you get the chance.

Grace and peace and love to all who have lost their lives and to those who survive.

Alexa For Southerners, A Bit Of Satire

Most folks in the southern United States have a distinct accent so devices like Amazon Echo might fully understand the dialect or the accent. This video is satire of a Alexa built for the Southern consumer. I found it very funny being from the south myself.

Income Tax Day In The USA, The Last Day To File

Today is the deadline to file ones federal income tax in the United States. Ours has been done for about a week. Many people like me will wait til the very last minute especially if you owe. Refunds are good though. If you haven’t filed you have until before midnight to get it in to the IRS. 

In life, two things are certain, death and taxes. Neither are fun though.

Don’t Forget To Spring Forward Tonight


It’s time to lose an hour of sleep by setting your clock ahead one hour before going to bed tonight. Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 12, 2017. I hate time change, it just sucks.

Veteran’s Day In America


Veterans Day is an official United States public holiday, observed annually on November 11, that honors military veterans, that is, persons who served in the United States Armed Forces. (From Wikipedia)

To all the veterans who have served, I thank you for everything you have done. You have made the world better by putting on a uniform and going to work every day. Thank You!

Remembering September 11, 2001 #911

Today I am remembering the day that changed the course of American and world history. Four planes hijacked by men who sought to do harm and much destruction flew into The World Trade Center in NYC, The Pentagon in Washington DC and a field in Shanksville, PA. This is a day that still lives in the hearts and minds of people who survived this attack. It is amazing and hard to believe that fifteen years has passed since this horrific event took place.

There are kids that were born in 2001 who never knew about this event and are learning about it as a historical event. A thing for text books and conversations about tough topics like politics, religion and civilization.

We in the USA are still healing. Some have moved on while others are still suffering. Today is a new day in America but war is being waged and justice is still being sought. Let’s hope for better days ahead as we remember this day in the years to come.