Sorry I am late with today's entry but this was my last day at Mom's for a while and sister is back after thirteen days on the road. I wanted to leave the house in great condition for sister so I cleaned Mom's house before I left. When I clean, I clean everything. Light switches, windows, TVs front and back, and so on. I am such a good cleaner I may open a business and start charging! However, I am not wearing those French Maid costumes.
When I got back from Mom's I started to fix lunch and my microwave exploded. Only victim was a bowl of soup and myself who had to clean another kitchen! I just got back from Target with a new Microwave in hand.
It was really an injustice to have my Microwave go out after working so hard to help my mother but it is nothing like the injustice in the following article:
There is so much wrong with the above story. My heart just goes out to the should be dad and the children. My angst is directed at the government that doesn't seem have any common sense or flexibility.
Let's switch from injustice to justice:
It will be crappy story if the scam artist don't end up in jail.
On to another story where the bank should have had the heart of the law and the movers:
Sister Corita Kent authored yesterday's quote. "I’m just a loud-mouthed middle-aged colored lady with a fused spine and three feet of intestines missing and a lot of people think I’m crazy. Maybe you do too, but I never stop to wonder why I’m not like other people. The mystery to me is why more people aren’t like me" was authored by a young woman living from 1916 to 2000. She was the daughter of a Pullman porter, graduated from Columbia Law School in 1951. She handled the estates of Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday. She was also known as a social activist, a feminist who was one of the founders of the National Organization for Women and a participant in the 1967 Atlantic City Miss America protest. She founded the National Black Feminist Organization in 1975 and published her autobiography in 1976. In all she was a U.S. lawyer, activist, civil rights advocate, and feminist. She was the author of COLOR ME FLOR, MY HARD LIFE AND GOOD TIMES. In her spare time she acted in two movies playing Enid The Maid in THE LANDLORD. Who authored today's quote?