I’ve long wanted to blog about the challenge of selecting toilet paper—two ply, always, but do I get the extra strong or the extra soft? And how much should I take cost into consideration? I’ve wanted to use my blog to grumble about young people. I’m not sure what exactly I’ve wanted to grumble about, but aren’t old ladies supposed to complain about the younger generation? And what exactly is this mesothelioma that handsome older men in TV commercials have found relief from? Might it explain the pain in my lower back?
But political realities keep interfering with my light-hearted urges, and for several years now my attention has been on wanting Americans to take notice: notice the environment, the working poor, women’s reproductive rights, equal pay for women, to name a few concerns.
During the 2016 election I put my energy into helping Hillary Clinton get elected. I took a break from my personal blog to maintain a site for a group of “mature” women. When the election is over, I told myself, and Hillary is our President, then I’ll blog about toilet paper and the younger generation.
But that, as you know, did not happen, and I find myself at odds with a state government (North Carolina) and a federal government that feels oppressive and, frankly, ignorant.
So here I go again. Back to my old wordpress site. Back to what I believe really are life-and-death issues for our country.
I invite you to enter the dialog.
Discouraging, isn’t it? Toilet paper blogging sounds so refreshing.
Depends on the brand, I guess. Thanks for reading, Betsy.
Glad you’re back!
It’s been a painful journey, hasn’t it? Thanks for reading, Scottie.
Love this!!! Keep on addressing these issues, with a bit of TP mixed in.
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It’s good to hear from you, Jeannine. You need to get your thoughts out there too.