Monday, April 7, 2014

Monday Musings - April 7, 2014

1. It is tax season! Ugh! Why is it getting more painful every year? And it seems to get worse no matter how hard I try to make it better. I'm tired of paying for everyone else to get the things I want.

2. Blue skies and warmer temperatures, it was a marvelous weekend.

3. T-ball batting practice can be hilarious, especially when the fielders decide the all want the ball and wind up in a heap in the field. 

4. I find it very cool that the military forces of the U.S. can be used to help sailors in distress, like the 1 year old girl. Good job all who participated.

5. Chris made chocolate chip cookies yesterday. Mmmm. I have a huge weakness for them. So much for my diet for one day.

6. I have decided to sell my 1987 Jaguar named Kitty. Having two Jags is a bit much and I want a Jeep so I can have fun at Jeep weekend.

7. I am so glad that baseball is back, I just wish the O's were doing a bit better.  OK, a lot better.

8. Are left-handers the most discriminated against group of people in the world? I wonder?

9. On this date, April 9, 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House officially ending the U.S. Civil War. I wonder why this date is not a national holiday? It passes almost without anyone noticing, yet almost everyone who died during this war fighting on both sides was an American.

-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD

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