Thoughts about Harris/Biden victory speeches

I’ll start this post off by saying it is my intention to always refer to the Democrat executive duo as Harris/Biden (listing Harris first) because most of America can see the writing on the wall: If elected, it’s only a matter of time until Kamala Harris becomes President. And I’m not saying it’ll be inContinue reading “Thoughts about Harris/Biden victory speeches”

Independence Day for the rebels

I’ve had the opportunity to celebrate July 4th for 38 years and watch fireworks shows all over the country. In fact, tonight I’ll be watching one in Missouri of all places. I’ve been to a show or two in Nashville, a couple in Ohio, quite a few in Florida, and up and down the eastContinue reading “Independence Day for the rebels”

The Bachelorette Ashley, Episode 7: Ryan P. Talks About Water Heaters

After a July 4th holiday break, The Bachelorette show comes back with fireworks of it’s own. From a date that ended with the guy sent home to a surprise rose recipient, episode 7 offered a dose of romance, a splash of humor and a few heart-breaking moments with past contestant Emily Maynard. Let’s start withContinue reading “The Bachelorette Ashley, Episode 7: Ryan P. Talks About Water Heaters”

The Three Star-Spangled Banner: Nashville

As our nation celebrates it’s independence on July 4th, I’m celebrating the city I love. Those that live here understand there’s something special about Nashville that makes us proud to live here. With verse one and four of our National Anthem, here’s a tribute in pictures to the great city of Nashville, Tennessee. O say can you see, by theContinue reading “The Three Star-Spangled Banner: Nashville”