Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, kiddos!  Welcome o the late edition of Dear Madame Zoltar.  I've had a busy day.  As I write this, someone is cutting grass outside.  The noise of the machines is intolerable.  It's rained on and off over the past week, including this morning.  The grass is too wet to cut properly, but these lawn care guys gotta make a buck.

Today's the first day of summer.  What the heck happened o spring?  All I remember is a blur of cold and wet.  Soon, downtown Racine will have festivals for every possible reason.  I'll celebrate when Mr. Mayor lying John abdicates.  Mayor Connolly has shown her brass and should, I think, stand atop this stinking mess of a city as it goes down.  I believe that that is what she was hired for, as well as providing another layer of protection between lying John and the electorate.  There's nothing more fearful to an elected person than some damn citizen going off on one thing or another.

We've had some beautiful displays of flower power throughout the city.  I think that's because of all the rain.  Get out and look around before it's too late.  The spring flowering plants are just gorgeous.

And drive carefully through all this rain.  A wet road can be difficult to negotiate.  I've heard that wet leaves can be more slippery than ice.  You know who you are out there.  You're the idiots that spoil driving for everyone else.  I hope you "meet" one another at high speed very soon!

On the Interstate, I do all I can to not drive in packs.  I hate the feeling of being surrounded by drivers of unknown abilities.  I'll slow down and let them pass.  It seems, though, that no mater what I do, a pack catches up with me or slows down to my speed.  I don't want to suffer any damage due to the stupidity of an other.

Once again, I call on our governmental leaders to slap Kim Jong Un in the face.  He's a spoiled brat who's begging to be taken down a notch or two.  If China grumps, let them.  They could use a little deflating, too.

That's it, gang.  I'm running so late that I give you a half-baked blog.  Sorry.

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I love you all.  Remember to help and take care of each other.  When you do that, previously locked doors open.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

you are going to miss ly'in john when he finally leaves