Taking Stock: February 2020

Reading: Death Penalty by William Coughlin
A Fearful Thing Christopher Nicole

Wanting: A four day work week!

Playing: Words with Friends (Always)

Deciding: The more things change the more they stay the same.

Wishing: I could do this in my own community.

Enjoying: Okay, well this is funny!

Liking: A woman, from the community, under 40, running for mayor!

Wondering: If this correlation between glucose and Alzheimer’s is a good or bad thing.
Loving: This fact checking site for fact checking sites.

Considering: interviewing local women for upcoming posts for National Women’s month. These questions could come in handy.

Buying: I do not know why I am just now buying one of these. My mother had one when we were growing up and we used it all the time!

Watching: Limited Series TV on Netfilx: First up –The Staircase, next The Pharmacist. And on Youtube…Oprah’s 2020 Vision Tour Visionaries
Hoping: Some deserving local families benefit.

Marveling: The resistance and misinformation about Bed Bugs.

Remembering: My parents, both gone now, divorced for years, but one February, before I was born, they married.

This picture of my parents sits in a frame on an end table in my living room.

Needing: Election information you need.

Noticing: This man!

Admiring: This 2020 vision.

Giggling: I thought the Snickers commercial was really dumb until the end, and then I laughed out loud!

Feeling: My youngest and his fiancee are the cleanest of us all!

Hearing: This great compilation of friends.

Thanks to Taking Stock for the inspiration.

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