10 Amendments

The first 10 amendments of the Constitution are called the Bill of Rights.  Give them a read.


First Amendment – Freedom of speech, press, religion, peaceable assembly, and to petition the government

Second Amendment – Right for the people to keep and bear arms, as well as to maintain a militia

Third Amendment – Protection from quartering of troops

Fourth Amendment – Protection from unreasonable search and seizure

Fifth Amendment – Due process, double jeopardy, self-incrimination, private property

Sixth Amendment – Trial by jury and other rights of the accused

Seventh Amendment – Civil trial by jury

Eighth Amendment – Prohibition of excessive bail, as well as cruel and unusual punishment

Ninth Amendment – Protection of rights not specifically enumerated in the Bill of Rights

Tenth Amendment – Powers of states and people

At no point does it tell you it’s OK to not wear a mask.

Big Kiss, Lynn

Small Habits

It’s the small habits:

how you spend your mornings,

how you talk to yourself,

what you read,

what you watch,

who you share your energy with,

who has access to you that will change your life.

Big kiss, Lynn

This is Slim Lou.  I’ve wanted a life-sized skeleton since I was a sophomore in high school.  I gave myself one this last Christmas.  I know, how strange am I?  Every month he/she gets something seasonal to wear.  In June, it was time for the beach.  It’s been fun.  Do your thing, no apologies!


My Youth

If you lived in western Washington in the late 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, these guys were on your rotation.  Even though I was an adult when these shows came on, I still spent as much time watching them as the kids; it was time together.  D, the golden child, loved Stan Boreson so much we even went to his concerts.  Thanks for being a part of my life Captain Puget, Brakeman Bill, J. P. Patches, and Stan Boreson.  They were good times.  Big kiss, Lynn