Patricia Spork Update 4-24-20

Patricia Spork Update – February 24, 2020 Yesterday was a harrowing day waiting to be informed of my uncle’s passing after ventilator removed in hospital. I empathized with my cousin, the only person allowed in the room, as she watched her father’s labored breathing and eventual demise or her possibly praying for a miracle to …

Patricia Spork Update 4-1-20

Patricia Spork Update – April 1, 2020 April Fool’s Day is here and I wonder if we’ve been fooled into thinking shut-down economies are truly for our health benefits or is their a sinister agenda underway by governments around the world to control its inhabitants to usher in the so-called New World Order. All I …

ReadViewThink 2-20-20

READVIEWTHINK – FEBRUARY 20, 2020 Happy Belated Valentine’s Day! During the past few weeks, much has happened in my life that has had me forego the blog, but I have stayed abreast of the news. I’ve accumulated several pages of links to articles read and videos viewed. There are way too many links to list …

ReadViewThink 1-29-20

ReadViewThink – January 29, 2020 Everywhere I lived as a child, stateside and overseas, I picked up on accents and slang words of local residents in those areas. And every time I was moved to a different location to call home and attended another school, I was made fun of by other children about how …

ReadViewThink 1-27-20

ReadViewThink – January 27, 2020 Started container gardening Saturday by transplanting two plants each of spinach, green cabbage, and red cabbage. Also, six broccoli plants. Once my husband found out broccoli takes two years to bloom, he didn’t want them in his small garden. LOL! He wants immediate results the first year. So freaking funny. …

ReadViewThink 1-24-20

ReadViewThink – January 24, 2020 News of the coronavirus spreading out of China has me concerned, especially considering a biohazard lab is in Wuhan, where the pathogen appears to have originated. And because China has quarantined several cities in an attempt to contain further spread of the virus. But the attempt is too late, since …

ReadViewThink 1-23-20

ReadViewThink – January 23, 2020 Mr. Peanut…dead? Who killed my favorite shell-head? Who planned the centenarian’s roasted demise? How will I ever look at another peanut in the same way as old again? I feel like I need to string peanuts and drape strands on branches throughout my yard as a memorial for the monocle-eyed …

ReadViewThink 1-22-20

ReadViewThink – January 22, 2020 President Trump’s speech at the World Economic Forum impressed me so much I may watch it again today. Not only did he speak of our improved economy under his administration, but he spoke about the future possibilities of its continued growth. And provided a little insight about certain alarmist strategies …

ReadViewThink 1-21-20

ReadViewThink – January 21, 2020 Phew! I was so glad no violent incidents occurred at the gun rally in Virginia yesterday. Born a Virginian, I am disappointed with the gun control efforts advancing in the state. Being a woman who believes in self-protection and hunting using firearms (if and when needed) and a believer in …