Monday, March 26, 2018

Monday Musings - March 26, 2018

Hawk at Timbers at Troy Golf Course
March 25, 2018
1. This is the last Monday in March. Amazingly, by this time next week the year 2018 will be 25 percent complete.

Jeremy Suffering in the Cold on the
Golf Course
March 25, 2018
2. Amazingly, the government is funded through the end of the fiscal year! Yay! It only took Congress six months of the year to decide on a budget. And, thankfully, we did not have to suffer through another government shutdown.

3. I played in a golf tournament yesterday. It was probably a mistake because it was just plain cold. The temperature never made it above 39 degrees. 

4. Animals on the golf course were bountiful yesterday. The hawk was magnificent sitting in the tree. It was not concerned about me at all as I got close to take its image.

5. I was amazed at how quickly the snow melted. Hopefully Spring will be finally arriving later this week.

6. The MLB season begins this week. Go O's!

7. The hockey regular season ends soon--I can tell that spring is in the air.


In Gun Control Marches, Students Led but Adults Provided Key Resources - New York Times

Trump’s Trans Ban Shows Who He Really Is - New York Times

D.C.-area forecast: Cool today, but 60-degree weather is on the horizon - The Washington Post

Ronald Reagan Quote for the Day 

"Ingenuity and innovation built our cities and made them centers of commerce and education, of culture and communication, and of progress and opportunity. But the gradual shift of power toward the Federal Government moved us away from the very principles which kept our cities on a sound footing for most of our history."

Remarks at the Annual Conference of the National League of Cities, March 5, 1984

-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD

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