Shame has a place in America. Obedience has a place in America.
The nail that stands up gets hammered down. ~Japanese proverb
The New York Times recently published an article highlighting the lack of CoronaVirus testing in our country. Data are based on the Covid Tracking Project, which currently shows (as of March 27, 2020) 626,667 tests have been administered. Based on a national population 329.5 million in 2019, only two-tenths of […]
As the school year starts up in full swing, I’m posting a reminder of the FREE math, science and writing tutors available to public school students. For math and science, tutors are available live, at the time of contact. Through the miracles of modern technology, students and tutors can collaborate […]
After living in a dense urban area like San Francisco, I get excited when I hear a new delivery service has opened. This week, Instacart began Oahu deliveries. Included in their delivery group, are stores such as CVS, Safeway, Foodland, Times, Petco and even Costco. The delivery price seems reasonable. […]
False Heather A shrubby dependable evergreen perennial that grows to 2′ tall and 4′ wide, the False Heather bears small, closely set leaves and tiny rose red flowers. It heaviest bloom period occurs in summer, with some flowers present almost all year. The plant requires part shade to shaded conditions, […]