Dangerous citizens

“You need only reflect that one of the best ways to get yourself a reputation as a dangerous citizen these days is to go about repeating the very phrases which our founding fathers used in the struggle for independence.”  Charles Austin Beard (1874-1948)

Interesting isn’t it that these words were spoken so long ago.  Interesting also that they are still made relevant by the goings on in our world and our country today.


The kids are on spring break this week.  If I don’t have to work, we’ll be checking out some fun exhibits at the Science Museum.  They have King Tut on loan.  And also the Children’s Museum.  They have a Legoland exhibit that BooBoo wants to see so badly.  Unfortunately, the Children’s Museum is closed on Mondays, so it may have to be King Tut today and a prayer that I will be off another day this week to do the Children’s Museum.

In other news, my cordless mouse died.  I am now stuck back at the beginning of computer mousing with an antiquated corded mouse that has no scroll wheel.  It’s a small inconvenience I know, but I can’t help hoping that DH ordered a new mouse because it’s hard to revert back to all that clicking.

Enjoy your week.


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