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I will explain at some point this weekend why I did not make daiquiriis this weekend like I promised. It is a story that I need to tell. Also, I came on briefly to mention some of my thoughts about last weekend and Father’s Day. Meanwhile, I have to sign off for a while to TCB (Take Care of some Business). So, I will finish writing this introduction next time I sign on. Thank you!! UPDATE: By TCB I meant eat. Isn’t eating Taking Care of Business; and important “to boot”? On Father’s Day, someone cooked a big pot of seafood gumbo and potato salad; and I brought over ham and daiquiris. “Ooh La La”!! I wrote and recorded a song about this outstanding gumbo. I will add the audio clip here over the weekend.

I am still enjoying cherished memories from Father’s Day present and future. Like they say, some memories will last with you for a life time.

The picture below was taken five years ago while visiting my youngest daughter, Tiopol (center), and her family in Georgia. I even see Lil’ Potato (being held, back row) who was 1 year-old going on 34 years-old. My older grandchildren are grown now, in high school, working, driving, singing, doing well in sports, etc.

My second youngest grandchild, Dori, is on the far left. This is a rare photo of all 8 of my grandchildren together; plus my daughter, Tiopol (in the middle). It would be amazing to see them together now if I could get a current picture of them all. We were visiting Tiopol in Georgia for a Father’s Day vacation.

I put my hat on to take this picture. I am watching Giants vs. Philly.

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THEN, See Below: a taped, practice video (right below my first “live” video) which I am rehearsing before I attempt my next “live” video. Would you like to see how our editor looks and sounds? I plan to do a live video soon so that my readers can hear some of my latest thoughts. Today, I want to do my second Live Video on Facebook Live. However, firstly, I have to clear off my treadmill because I have been using it as a clothes hanger and closet. It is critical that I start walking on it, especially for at least 15-or-so minutes today. I could write a whole book on how much Easter food that I ate yesterday, including what they call better-than-sex cake. As soon as I finish walking on my treadmill, I will start writing a script for the video because I would enjoy to do another Live Video today or tomorrow. Any questions for me for my video? If you do not want to ask publicly on this post, you can write questions to me privately which I can then answer live.

St. Peter said that God is no respecter of persons.

Here is my first live video. I did not have a script prepared for my first video.

Here Below is a practice video of a script that I wrote preparing to
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Graham and Marshawn to Kill PATS

NEW ORLEANS (Gazette) — The New Orleans Saints do not want to make the Super Bowl any time soon, especially after trading Jimmy Graham #TheBeast to Seattle with Marshawn Lynch #TheBeast already terrorizing defenses in the NFL. Two BEASTS at the same time? HISTORICAL! I am down with that. Until further notice and unless something changes, my money is on the Seattle SuperHawks in 2015.

Now, I want Seattle to stomp on the head of the cheating New England Patriots. Seattle, you had the snake crushed in this year’s Super Bowl. You let them get away. You begin that journey this year with another beast added to your inventory. I want it. I want it!! I hope that all PATS haters around the country are salivating from their teeth itching to see the next Seattle vs. New England game.

Jimmy Graham, the new #BEAST in town.

Jimmy Graham, the new #BEAST in town.

Plus, I must say that I am amazed how popular Bettie Page still is today. I am sure that her people are making much more money than Bettie did in her day. I bought a beautiful red t-shirt which commemorated Bettie’s birthday last year. It is one of my favorite shirts. Geaux, Bettie!!

In other Saints news, I was asked my opinion of the owner’s battles with his heirs in which he is, upon his passing, leaving the running of the Saints and Pelicans exclusively to his wife. My opinion is that the teams and his fortune are his to do with as he likes. His heirs are already taken care of well enough by Mr. Benson. His wife, Gayle, will be the best person to take care of the Saints and the Pelicans once Mr. Benson is gone.