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.

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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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