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Yes, I'm hiding.

                                                     

I admit it. I'm hiding. Right here in my own little world, I find peace. There are no harsh words, ugly accusations, or nasty germs floating around. 

Until recently my family and small circle of friends have remained unscathed by Covid 19 as well as the ridiculous eruption of racial (?) unrest plaguing our world. Sadly, upon my recent from my annual off-the-grid vaca to the mountains, I learned that my uncle, aunt, and cousin are (hopefully) recovering from what appears to be round 2 of this global pandemic. Be well, my North Carolina family. I love you!
 Since the Human Race is intent upon destroying itself instead of learning from the historical lessons at our disposal, I am not confident in a respite from the current stupidity surrounding us.

So, to anyone I have ever offended, I'm sorry and I erase myself from your life. Unfortunately, this will probably incite more unrest rather than making sense. That's just the policy of 2020. 

While I ramble about in this my private place, let me share the musical reminders of Summer Vaca 2020:

* God is great, beer is good, and people are crazy. (Not original, but extremely accurate.) - People Are Crazy

*Don't worry about a thing, 'cause every little thing gonna be all right.
One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.
None but ourselves can free our minds. 
- Bob Marley

Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people living life in peace, - John Lennon
 


Closing words: ALL LIVES MATTERS

Be good, stay kind, amen,
Lisa, the Lady with the Cane





                                                                                   
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