I’m out of time and low on sleep, so blogging will have to wait until tomorrow — but feel free to comment here by following the Dan Crenshaw debate rules.
I am one of those fortunate people who’s almost never bored. Between books, the internet, knitting, housekeeping, blogging, dog walking, podcasts, work, golfing, family, and friendships, I am usually busy every minute of every day. Some days, though, the “work” aspects of not being bored (housekeeping, work, dog-walking, etc.) seem to take more than the 24 hours available to me. That’s been the case for the last few days, so my sleep, something I’m bad at in even the best times, has suffered.
All of this is the lead-up to my being too tired to post today. I have some fun images which I’ll put up tomorrow, but today is dedicated to getting done the things I need to get done. I’m definitely not sick (my health, I’m happy to say, is excellent), but I am dragging.
Until tomorrow, please feel free to have your say here. Although the news is still dominated by the Wuhan virus, things are happening very quickly and even I, the news junkie, can’t keep with everything that’s going on. As always, the rule is to stay polite, even if you disagree with someone.
Regarding the best way to debate, I highly commend Dan Crenshaw as everyone’s role model. His calm civility, coupled with his factual mastery, is devastating:
Here’s more Dan Crenshaw:
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 20, 2020