Monday, May 31, 2010

Monday Musings - Memorial Day May 31, 2010

1. Holiday weekends pass so quickly--and then it is back to the grind of daily living. It is good to have a respite to change up what we are about for a bit.

2. Note to self--wear sunscreen when driving for long periods in a convertible.

3. Flexibility in plans is the key ot a happy life. Don't get so wrapped up in what I thought I was going to be doing that I don't enjoy what I'm doing.

4. The distance between Elkridge and Ithaca varies by over an hour depending upon the time of day and day of weekend of the departure.

5. Confused priorities lie at the bottom of many controversy.

6. And here is a quote of the week for your consideration: "I was also going to give a graduation speech in Arizona this weekend, but with my accent, I was afraid they would try to deport me." -- Arnold Schwarzenegger, governor of California, ribbing Arizona's new immigration law, in his commencement speech at Emory University in Atlanta.

7. Allowing diversity of thought and opinion is what sets this great Republic apart from so many other places during this time of radical conformism.

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