Monthly Archives: January 2022

Sausalito, Paris without Eiffel

Romantic Houses by the Hill surrounded by Evergreens overlooking the Bay, the Golden Gate and Sunsets. Woman in yellow skirt smiled as she walked towards me. I smiled back. Our fingers touched, static electricity sparked. Literally, the tip of our … Continue reading

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28,000 Americans Will Die of COVID in the next 2 weeks

When the News is selectively deleted to appear it never happened, then the truth and reality of that News never existed. People have intentionally stopped being informed of COVID, but COVID has not stopped mutating so it can infect faster. … Continue reading

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Fort Funston Nature Outdoors

This time, took us longer to park at Fort Funston. The day was so beautiful that many Nature Lovers are bringing their Dog Friends and Family to the beach. The Dogs look very happy and excited. It was one big … Continue reading

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Chinatown SF 2 Years After

It’s our first visit of Chinatown in San Francisco, 2 years Anniversary of the Pandemic. Wife and Son were excited. They’d been giving me hints the night before and that morning. I wasn’t as interested, but it is our Family … Continue reading

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Do I Still Belong In Heaven?

“Have Houses of Faith became Tourist Destinations or still are House of Prayers to connect to God both for Friendship and Miracles? Trials and difficulties are suppose to draw People closer to God. Mountains of Problems and Hard Times are … Continue reading

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Free Online COVID Home Test Begins Today, So Is The Omicron Emergency Explosion

Exciting Event America, FREE COVID At-Home Test Kits/Covidtest.gov starts today, 1/18/22, Tuesday. Click link above to order while supply last. Omicron Emergency Alert Update Omicron U.S. daily cases close to 800,000. Add the unreported and the undiagnosed, about 1 million … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Promise

I always have a different definition of Home. Sure, there’s this nice house with nice stuff that everyone seems to want and get panicky depressed if they can’t have it, but then there’s this Home that can take me places … Continue reading

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The Things They Don’t Tell Us

I have faced the virus weeks before Public Health admitted COVID was already community acquired. I have been asking screening questions 2-3 weeks outdated because Public Health said so, and have to ignore what I have been observing with my … Continue reading

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Rockaway Beach

It was the perfect early morning walk by the hills overlooking the ocean. A tinge of gold from leftover over Sunrise on everything the Sun has reached. The breeze cool, the air smells clean and fresh. People are just starting … Continue reading

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Gray Whale Cove State Beach

Took 6 years and 100 chances to finally visit Gray Whale Cove State Beach , a secluded beach between my favorite outdoor trio, Half Moon Bay, Montara and Pacifica, California. Parking is challenging at the East side of Highway 1. … Continue reading

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5-Day COVID Quarantine: Economic Normalcy versus Public Safety for 2022

Here we go again. 2022 begins with confusion and mix messages from Government Leaders, Health Experts, CDC and Employers when the Omicron and Delta Variants daily case numbers and hospitalization are sky rocketing heading to the moon. December 1, 2021, … Continue reading

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A Year of Almost No Regrets

People assume I have this amazing life. People assume I’m always happy. People assume I will say yes to everyone because I’m generalized as The Nice Guy. People assume I can help everyone. So many assumptions. So many expectations. So … Continue reading

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