Category Archives: Culture
Last weekend, during one of the nights, Clyde and I had a once in a lifetime experience. I’ve fantasized about it for years. Told him before we even considered marriage that it was something I had been looking into before … Continue reading
When I finally move away from where I am now, far away, and never look back. Don’t bother to ask me why. By that time, it will be way to late. I’d rather be completely alone… Continue reading
Let me be the first to inform you,
that arrogance and attitude can,
-in fact, be intimidation.
A form of power play.
A form of abuse of people. Period. Continue reading
Posted this graphic to my Facebook page and got a lot of comments that I do not necessarily agree with at all. So, I thought perhaps, I’d just post my answer to them all here: At this point there should … Continue reading
From Alfred Rowe, 12/18/2001: ” The post card that your dad (Alvin C. Rowe) sent mom (Lily McClaskey Rowe) was taken at Fort Ord and was when your dad was doing his six months duty at Fort Ord. The line … Continue reading
I had a kind of ephiny today. Sort of. Clyde and I talking about stuff on the news. I went back to what I was doing asking myself just why the Republican’s thought they could actually do what Clyde and … Continue reading
Had a family member send a link to some political stuff. Left leaning which is ok. I am just so overwhelmed with emotion about the state of our nation that I am having trouble absorbing anything new now. For … Continue reading
History Timeline (Assignment for Immigration Class, I’m sure will be edited. I do not consider myself done.) May 6 – The Chinese Exclusion Act is the first significant law that restricts immigration into the U.S. The following artwork (line art?) is from … Continue reading
An essay I wrote today about a book, Guarding the Golden Door by Roger Daniels, we are reading for a history class at OSU called Immigration to America from 1880. I wasn’t going to post it here, but I mention … Continue reading
Note: Spring 2020 quarter has started. We were asked to answer a question relating to this weeks reading in our United States and Religion class. My one or two paragraph answer turned into an imperfect essay. 🙂 But, I got … Continue reading