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February Weather was Tough

Good thing February is a short 28-day month, and this is not a leap year. We will have to see if March is a lion or a lamb on Monday. There should not be another sub-zero weather event this year. Spring comes early for Texas so am hoping that holds true for 2021. We had no property damage from the Texas Power Grid Fiasco. We are very lucky. The only reason and words we can...

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Presidents’ Day Texas Power Outage 2021

Infrequent zero-degree Fahrenheit Texas Winter weather brought the Texas power grid to its wobbly knees. My home in Frisco, Texas (just North of Dallas) suffered a 36-hour continuous total outage with zero (0 F.) degree outdoor temperatures. My home is total electric (100%) with no other energy source. When indoor temperature dropped to 50 degrees F. we were forced to abandon home. I was in total panic of water system freeze and extreme property water...

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Giant Suck

I have abandoned Facebook for (I think) the third time. FB has some good points and I enjoy keeping in touch with “real” friends and family. I do not judge my self-worth by how many long-lost and stray-cat “friends” want to join me.  My real friends know how to otherwise keep contact with me if they desire. The political climate and vicious personal  attacks have driven me away again. The fraudulent advertising is also no...

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In Flanders Fields

It’s Memorial Day, May 25, 2020 Used to be called “Decoration Day” in the USA when I was a kid. It’s a day we honor those who died in war defending the principals of freedom the USA deems important enough to defend to the death. Sometimes war may be more than just about freedom., but that is another story. Today is not to argue the reasons, but to honor those who died.  There are many...

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