It’s the day after Thanksgiving. Black Friday, they call it. Probably something to do with COVID-19 and how deadly it is. Yup; I’m staying in.
Plus, a slight correction . . . we extended the voting one day to avoid closing the voting round on Black Friday . . . but I probably confused some people by saying Sunday, November 28th. That’s wrong. The 28th is Saturday (tomorrow) and that’s when the voting will close.
If you are a reader of our stories and someone who votes, thank you in advance for casting a vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge T-Stories” are HERE(link) Votes will be accepted until noon, Chicago time, on
Sunday Saturday , November 28th.
Anyway, today, rather than photos, I want to share links to a few videos. The first one is Fire On The Mountain. You should probably watch this on YouTube, not here, and on as large a screen as you have.
If you are impartial to The Grateful Dead, you should still watch the documentary for the amazing cinematography. If you are a fan of The Grateful Dead, you will definitively want to watch this video.
Going in a completely different direction of travel, I like videos that are funny and require a bit of . . . well, smarts to understand and appreciate.
. . . but, sometimes, plain ole silly works as just as well . . .
I occasionally watch this next video just to remind me of what I’m doing right, and what I’m doing wrong. I think that, for the most part, I do more right than wrong . . . but I do occasionally forget the sunscreen. I’ll probably pay for that later.
If you want to read the advice, it’s at this LINK.
Now, sometimes, you find a video and you ask yourself: “Myself? Why isn’t this a full-length movie?”
“Heck if I know, self; heck if I know.”
Sometimes, shows about the future can explain what’s happening now . . .
It’s late . . . this will publish in the morning, but it’s late as I write this and I want to read a bit before the memories of the day become no more than susurrus as I lose the battle with sleep. So, one more interesting video, especially if you write . . .
By the way, I don’t do this . . . I just sit down and write. But, you know, it might help other people. People not me.
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