Yeesh, I’m Tired!

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The weather changed radically today, temperature up 25 degrees from the weekend–and yeesh, I’m beat! If I feel like this on Monday, what’s going to be left of me by Friday?

Somehow I made it to the supermarket, cranked out a Newswithviews column, and managed a few blog posts. I should ride my bike, but I’m too tired.

Spending a couple hours reading and writing about public education, that’ll wear out anyone who has a soul.

We’re still trying to find a way to post the full cover of His Mercy Endureth Forever, but so far the computer has defeated us at every turn. Even Patty hasn’t been able to find the way.

Doctor visits set for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Oh-blah-dee, oh-blah-da…

About leeduigon

I have lived in Metuchen, NJ, all my life. I have been married to my wife Patricia since 1977. I am a former newspaper editor and reporter. I was also the owner-operator of my own small business for several years. I wrote various novels and short stories published during 1980s and 1990s. I am a long-time student of judo and Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu). I also play chess, basketball, and military and sports simulations. View all posts by leeduigon

16 responses to “Yeesh, I’m Tired!

  • Erlene Talbott

    Oh, I know how you feel, but you are getting a lot more done than I am. I pray the Lord will strengthen and encourage and help you.

  • unknowable2

    Strange. I went through the same kind of fatigue myself, a couple of days ago.

  • marlene

    I’ll make a deal with you: I’ll give God my prayers for you, and you give yourself some healthy, energy food. Whaddaya say young man?

    • leeduigon

      You’ve got a deal.
      But don’t disappear on me again.

      • marlene

        I’m embarrassed. I’ll check in next time. Here’s what happened. I got tired of the same old distractions in the news so I went to my unfinished folder and began posting events most people have forgotten about, and which still have not been resolved. Eg: Hillary’s murders with additional proof that was mostly ignored; a child trafficking ring in Tuscon Arizona that’s never been resolved despite clear evidence of it; the charts showing how bad democratic-entrenched cities really are; toxic foods that are banned by the EU but produced and sold here in the US; YouTube’s taking down 100 of Prager U’s videos (and other censorship tactics riding like steeds); and just yesterday an email in which I sent an article by Devvy Kidd was refused by a MAILER-DAEMON error in which the statements were made that the article was “Message not allowed – [PH01] Email not accepted for policy reasons” “Coronavirus Hysteria” “click-bait headlines and conspiracy theories” and so much more. So I was really busy, but I still read your articles even if I don’t have the time to comment. And you better watch what you wish for because i’m not going anywhere – lol. PS: Don’t forget our deal. I need you more than you need me.

        • leeduigon

          Crikey, you’ve been busy. I was afraid your computer had willy-nilly changed your settings on you, again, and you thought I’d cut you off (which I would never, never do!).

          I didn’t know they could and would censor our email. Can you tell me more?

          • marlene

            Well, Devvy wrote me back and suggested I stop sending emails to myself and use some “draft” system. She blamed me, despite proof that the address and the link to her article were both correct. The best I can do is let you know when it happens again. Twitter shot me down for 6 days – 4 days to do – for asking “Why don’t we vet muslims BEFORE letting them in?” In the meantime, i’m busy researching coronovirus and at this point I suspect it’s a hoax; that the 6 people who supposedly “died” in the US died from pneumonia because the tests being used check only for pneumonia, not a virus. I believe it’s about the US economy and the democrats are using the COVID to instill fear in the hope of preventing Trump from being re-elected. We all know there’s no low democrats wouldn’t stoop to to get the destruction they dream about. I’m sorry for rambling. Once I slow down over my project(s) I’ll have less to say – lol.

          • leeduigon

            One thing I know–all the stories about the unrest in Hong Kong spreading to mainland China went away once the coronavirus story broke. I’d like to know what happened with those protests.

          • marlene

            There are so many benefits to China for their scheme, Hong Kong being a viable one. There’s also 5G where symptoms can be blamed on the virus. I’m mainly focusing on its effects on the US, now that it’s spread worldwide, whatever it is. However, I did read an article or two where the writer said the HK thing was “convenient.” It seems the HKongers became divided – some calling it a hoax and blatantly challenging it, and others taking precautions. That division alone would stifle their protests. China’s leaders are imperialists and now that they’re empowered to bring in the one world government, with an important place in it, they have reasons (most likely just like the US democrats’ reasons for emptying our jails and inviting immigrant criminals in) to stop the protests in the worst way. So far as I know the demonstrations are still in almost full force. So I wonder what China will do next if the “virus” doesn’t stop it. Sorry, this is all I know about HK so far.

          • leeduigon

            Meanwhile, how surprising would it be if the Chinese communist regime doesn’t make it to the end of Trump’s second term?

          • unknowable2

            Ever heard of the Epoch Times? It’s a paper founded by Chinese ex-pats hoping to get the truth out. They claim to have plenty of sources inside China whom are bringing to light information that the Chinese government would prefer not be known.

          • leeduigon

            I’ll have to see if they have an online edition.

          • marlene

            I read a few of their articles and intended to subscribe but forgot. They’re writing about the missing journalists and have a whole section on the COVID.

          • marlene

            I’d freaking love it! They haven’t made it in a thousand years, what’s another four? It’s in their best interests not to underestimate Trump. But do they know that yet…

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