My Lovely Co-Pilot

NEW ORLEANS (Gazette) — When I was young, I had one like this (in picture below) cooking for me and inhabiting my kitchen. Now, I am old and have to do my own cooking and taking care of my own kitchen. My co-pilot is still in the vicinity, but she does not dress like that anymore.

I believe that the good Lord wants everyone to have a co-pilot in this life in order to help navigate the sometimes-treacherous waters and rough terrain. Sometimes your co-pilot might run his/her mouth too much or snap off in the cranial area occasionally. However, without your co-pilot close by, you might not see an upcoming boulder in the road or a pit in the ground. Thank God for co-pilots.

I had one like this when I was young.

I had one like this when I was young.

BOSCOVILLE (Gazette) — There are laws in our constitution that protect the White House against slanders and attacks from traitors and foreigners who are bent on crushing our president and the White House. Zionistic and terroristic Israeli leader Netanyahu and the hateful, traitorous Republican Congress need to be taken to task for their traitorous assaults against the White House and our American president.

No! No! No! Please do not tell me that the hate and ugliness which is growing in this country will reach the depths of the early 20th Century. What in the world will the upcoming years bring us in this century? I believe that no one knows the depths that hatred will take in the coming years. I blame the hateful Republicans and hatemongers like FOX NEWS.

Why aren’t the local authorities in Mississippi investigating this hanging like they should? Why is it taking the FBI to investigate this lynching? I have been recently thinking about moving to Mississippi to be close to the beautiful beaches and the lovely scenery. However, if this pot of hatred in Mississippi is brewing up and beginning to boil over, I will probably look in another direction.

Candice Bergen says that she does not eat to live, but she lives to eat. She says that she loves food.

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Shallow Tweets & Oblivion

NEW ORLEANS (Gazette) — I check my tweets daily, but I wonder if other tweeters find that most of the tweets that they carouse through are mostly banal #claptrap. I usually check my tweets after I endlessly search my Facebook newsfeed for something to sink my teeth into. Once the wonderful Facebook or Twitter do not satisfy my thirst for exciting “knowledge,” I then turn the TV on and flip over-and-over through the hundreds of banal cable channels that I have. After my joy finally screeches to a horrible, ugly halt I then go to the kitchen and eat myself into oblivion.

Here is the tweet that presently sent me into such a downward spiral.

You just know that I had to tweet a reply to @MsSassySue. She never did reply back::

Speaking of the A-Word, I read an article by The Daily Beast this morning that is so very interesting to me about the inner thoughts of a young model. These young models start out their careers at such young ages, and reach heights of celebrity so quickly that many of them have hidden insecurities.

Here are some fresh words of wisdom which Arianna Huffington tweeted. She is quoting German author Eckhart Tolle whose teachings I am about to begin studying. Thank you, Ms. Huffington, for introducing me to Eckhart Tolle.

Is this girl not beautiful? What will her next role be? Charlize expresses here a thought that is very similar to what Arianna Huffington tweeted. In with the new; out with the old! The present, the freshness of the now, that is what keeps life exciting and vibrant.