Today as we face a dehumanizing Washington Administration, one that is morally devoid and hell-bent on turning Americans against each other and, citing and inciting riot I decided to hunt through the catacombs for the following article.
It's my greatest hope that the night of November 6th we'll all be in a frame of mind to share a country-wide group hug. In the meantime...
The Digital Age has me distraught. I spend so little "face time" with the people I care most about. Texting is the flavor of the decade. Bah -- Humbug!
We seem to live in a world where the motto is "neither a hugger nor huggee be."A quick Mind Acrobatics(TM) exercise to start us off. "Ain't I Grand!"
1. Stand in front of a mirror.
2. Gaze out thinking about and acknowledging all your wonderful qualities.
3. Wrap your arms around yourself and squeeze tight.
4. Hold for ten seconds.
5. Repeat as needed throughout the day.
As a little boy I recall the precise moment my Dad gave me an AM transistor radio and the big hug that accompanied it. What a thrill!
I was the first of my friends in 1984 to purchase an IBM desk top computer, complete with 12-inch monitor and a huge 256kb hard drive... all for the ridiculously low MSRP of $5,000.00.
My sister arranged a 50% discount and more hugs were shared. (click on page 2 now)