Sunday October 25th, 2020 6:51PM
My waking moment
I am a middle-aged white male, proudly born and raised a son of the south, though not always proud of things we southerners have done,
12:00AM ( 4 months ago )
You CAN'T Do THAT Anymore
I have often heard from my parents, and even aging peers, that among the many joys of aging is the increasingly long list of items that you are told, "You can't DO THAT anymore."
12:00AM ( 4 months ago )
Testing, tracing and fears, oh my!
Though nine weeks seems a world way, it is helpful to recall that our self-imposed quarantine and national lock-down was about 'flattening the curve,' to prevent an unmanageable and perhaps much the more fatal surge of COVID19 cases, overwhelming our hospitals and healthcare system during this pandemic.
12:00AM ( 5 months ago )
Leadership requires making tough calls
As a young man in 1751, George Washington visits the Caribbean island of Barbados, contracting smallpox.
12:00AM ( 5 months ago )
Let's try fighting together
It is as clear in my mind as yesterday how quickly many divides and gaps in the American culture and psyche narrowed, tightened or closed in the immediate aftermath of 9/11.
9:11AM ( 5 months ago )
As the other shoes drop
There is no estimated loss of life which we should consider an acceptable number but during a pandemic, there will be loss of life.
7:00AM ( 6 months ago )
I Believe Madea, I Believe
It is perhaps something of an understatement to say, as a middle-aged white male, that I am not really part of the target audience for most of the works of multi-talented actor/director/producer and increasingly successful entertainment mogul Tyler Perry.
12:00AM ( 6 months ago )
Helter Skelter
As I write this, on Thursday, April 2, Georgia had its first diagnosed case of COVID19 one month ago. I started journaling about two weeks ago.
9:34AM ( 6 months ago )