Tuesday, March 31, 2020

My Weekly Quarantine TV Hit #1

During this time of quarantine I know I will be watching tons of movies and tv shows. I thought why not tell you what I have watched and look forward to watching.  

 Here are some of my favorites so far:

1. Outlander - STARZ

"Outlander" is a historical drama based on the novel series by Diana Gabaldon. It stars Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, a married former World War II nurse who in 1946 finds herself transported back to Scotland in 1743. There she encounters the dashing Highland warrior Jamie Fraser played by Sam Heughan, and becomes embroiled in the Jacobite risings. The first season is based on the first novel. 

Season 1: 
In 1946, former World War II nurse Claire Randall and her husband Frank are visiting Inverness, Scotland, when she is carried from the standing stones at Craigh na Dun back in time to 1743. She falls in with a group of rebel Scottish Highlanders from Clan MacKenzie, who are being pursued by English redcoats led by Captain Jonathan "Black Jack" Randall, Frank's ancestor. She marries a Highlander, Jamie Fraser, out of necessity, but they quickly fall in love. The Clan suspects her of being a spy, and retain her as a healer, preventing her from attempting to return to her own time. Knowing that the Jacobite cause is doomed to fail, Claire tries to warn them against pursuing a rebellion. Her husband Jamie is captured, tortured, and raped by the sadistic Randall, but Claire and his clansmen rescue him. Claire tells Jamie that she is pregnant and they leave to sail to France.

I don't want to give you plots for the next seasons. Don't want to spoil anything. 

You have to watch it in order. This is a show you cannot just hop in the middle of it. Netflix Streaming has it until Season 3.  I am not sure if you can get a 7-day free trial on STARZ's website/app.  Check out the Starz website for more information on being able to watch all the episodes.  Starz's Outlander Website Click Here

Season 5 playing every Sunday on STARZ. 
I can't stress how you can not skip around with this show. 

"Outlander" is not a family tv series. It is full of nudity, sex, language, and hard topics such as rape, murder, and even suicide.  I am not a fan of sex scenes at all, but I do have to say 90% of Outlander's sex is awesome because it has normal romantic sex, not forceful sex by the man. Jamie does a great job of asking Claire many times if she is okay. 99.9% of Starz, HBO shows have forceful, yucky sex scenes where they don't ask the women if they are okay with it. Anyways, I might write up a post about the proper way films and tv shows should treat sex scenes without making it feel like dirty porn. 

Here are some trailers from the show:
Season 1 Trailer

Season 2 Trailer

Season 3 Trailer

Season 4 Trailer:

Season 5 Trailer:

2. Self- Made Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker

On Netflix Streaming. 
A chronicle of the incredible story of Madam C. J. Walker, who was the first African American self-made millionaire. 
Octavia Spencer played an amazing Madam C.J. Walker. I would love to see this win an award. 

Unorthodox- Netflix Streaming

Unorthodox is a German-American drama web TV miniseries. The series is loosely based on Deborah Feldman's 2012 autobiography Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of my Hasidic Roots. It is the first Netflix series to be primarily in Yiddish. 

I thought I wouldn't make it through the first episode without going to something else to watch. I was wrong I could not turn it off I had to find out what happens to her. 4 hours later I watched it without stopping.  I learned a lot from this film. 

If you need a laugh Schitt's Creek is one of the best comedies every other than I Love Lucy and the Carol Burnett Show. 

Schitt's Creek- Netflix, POP Channel

I suggest watching the first season first. Once you watched at least half of the first season you can skip around, but I promise you will want to watch every single episode.  I am crying because they are airing Season 6 which is also the finale season. I will do some fun information about Schitt's Creek on another post. 

About Schitt's Creek 
A wealthy couple-- video store magnate Johnny and his soap opera star wife Moira-- suddenly find themselves completely broke. With only one remaining asset, a small town called Schitt's Creek, which the Roses bought years earlier as a joke, this once-wealthy couple must give up life as they know it. With their two spoiled children in tow and their pampered lives behind them, the Rose family is forced to face their newfound poverty head-on and come together as a family to survive. 
Cast: Eugene Levy. Dan Levy. Catherine O'Hara, Annie Murphy, Chris Elliott

Venom! (Natalie McMasters Mysteries) by Thomas A. Burns Book Tour Spotlight and Giveaway

Publisher: Tekrighter, LLC
Date Published: 1 March 2020

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A spooky mansion in the Georgia mountains with an outrageous cast of characters. Spiders, snakes, meth-heads and serial killers, oh my! Venom! ain’t your average gothic mystery, folks.

But who would expect it to be when Natalie McMasters is involved? She’s fallen madly in love with two people—her wife, Lupe, and Danny, her partner at the 3M Detective Agency. Rather than choose one of them as her life partner, she’s decided to have them both, and roped them into a relationship retreat in rural Georgia to learn how to live as a polyamorous family.

But Nattie finds more than she bargained for in the sleepy town of Greypeak. A methamphetamine operation. A snake-handling preacher. A retired FBI agent hunting a serial killer. And a charismatic psychologist who just might have his own agenda for his clients.

Nattie ultimately finds herself in the most dangerous situation she’s ever faced, which may well solve her relationship problems by costing her life. Is this really the last book in the Natalie McMasters series?

About the Author

Thomas A. Burns, Jr. is the author of the Natalie McMasters Mysteries. He was born and grew up in New Jersey, attended Xavier High School in Manhattan, earned B.S degrees in Zoology and Microbiology at Michigan State University and an M.S. in Microbiology at North Carolina State University. He currently resides in Wendell, North Carolina. As a kid, Tom started reading mysteries with the Hardy Boys, Ken Holt, and Rick Brant and graduated to the classic stories by authors such as A. Conan Doyle, Dorothy Sayers, John Dickson Carr, Erle Stanley Gardner, and Rex Stout, to name a few. Tom has written fiction as a hobby all of his life, starting with Man from U.N.C.L.E. stories in marble-backed copybooks in grade school. He built a career as technical, science and medical writer and editor for nearly thirty years in industry and government. Now that he's truly on his own as a novelist, he's excited to publish his own mystery series, as well as to contribute stories about his second most favorite detective to the MX anthology of New Sherlock Holmes Stories.

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Monday, March 30, 2020

Draw Me to Your Side Book 4 by Marguerite Martin Gray Book Review and Giveaway


"Drew Me to Your Side” is book #4 in Marguerite Martin Gray’s Revolutionary Faith Series. This can be a stand-alone book, but I recommend reading the first three books. The book takes place in Charles Town, South Carolina in 1776 during the Revolutionary War. The colonies and Britain are still at war in 1776.
The main character who is focused in the book is Louis and Elizabeth Lestarjette’s family. We see how they deal with the turbulent times all while starting a family. Author Gray created well-rounded characters who are relatable. I could tell she really did her research because I felt like I was reading non-fiction of the lives of the Lestarjette’s family but it isn’t.  I loved reading parts of historical documents about the start of our country. The dialogue between the characters sounded authentic. You can see how much Louis and Elizabeth support each other and love each other.
There is a family element to the story. There wasn’t much war action. It amazing to see how people are sacrificing their lives to make a great country of freedom. After reading books like “Drew Me to Your Side” I can’t believe how they worked together to make this country great, but today’s time-period we are so divided. It makes me sad. I think technology is the biggest reason why we are so divided.  Anyways, there is a clean romance between Louis and Elizabeth. Living in wartime is where the focus lies. The book covers many issues including faith, secrets, love, loyalty, respect, and disrespect.
The author does a great job of bringing you into the fear, emotions, love, and faith. She captured the atmosphere of that time frame wonderfully. “Draw Me to Your Side” is a historical romance full of adventure, love, and faith.  Check out her other books “Hold Me Close” “Surround Me” “Bring Me Near.”  I am hoping Gray will write book #5.  I recommend reading “Drew Me to Your Side” and the first three books.
“I received a copy from Celebrate Lit with no expectations of a positive review. All opinions are my own. ”


Book:  Draw Me To Your Side
Author: Marguerite Martin Gray
Genre:  Christian Historical Romance
Release Date: February 25, 2020

Warships in the harbor explode with battle cries for freedom in the hearts of Charles Town’s Patriots.
 Charles Town, South Carolina, 1776—With the British warships threatening his family and livelihood, Louis Lestarjette commits to aid Francis Marion, Christopher Gadsden, Silas Deane and other fiery Patriots with secret correspondences in code and in French. Although not convinced that the colonies can succeed in separation from Britain, he abides by his word—available with funds, his time, and if necessary, even his life.

 Louis’ potential volatile role leaves Elizabeth Lestarjette uncertain of the future. Add to that her impending confinement, the secret missions her friends embark on, and the ever-encroaching danger into her domestic world, and the cost of independence grows steeper with each passing day. How will her family survive the coming turbulence?  How will she survive not being an active part of it?  One thing is certain, she must draw to God’s side or lose heart altogether.

Draw Me to Your Side… a prayer whispered against the coming destruction.

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About the Author

Marguerite Martin Gray enjoys history especially when combined with fiction. An avid traveler and reader, she teaches Spanish and French and has degrees in Spanish, French, and Journalism from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. She received her MA in English from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. Presently, she lives in north Louisiana with her husband and rescue cats.

More from Marguerite

I have always loved history, probably because my father took me to every historical site he could find on our travels. As I listened to him tell the story of our ancestors to a group of tourists at our Antebellum home, I suddenly realized that he was weaving tales about my own bloodline. Very soon after that I flew to Charleston, South Carolina and began my research. From that first of many trips, my Revolutionary Faith Series arrived.
Draw Me to Your Side is Book Four of the series. The titles play a very significant role in the series, each having a dual meaning. The human element is obvious. Although the series is more historical than romance, the titles offer a glimpse into a potential romance. The other element is spiritual. God is the one who weaves his love and hope into their lives.
If you love book titles as I do, as you read this series, see if you can determine the dual meanings of Hold Me Close, Surround Me, Bring Me Near, and now Draw Me to Your Side.
Happy Reading!


To celebrate her tour, Marguerite is giving away the grand prize package of a $25 Amazon Card and a copy of the eBook!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter. CLICK HERE 

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Vengeance is Mind Saith Mi'Lord by Tammy Kirby Book Review and Giveaway


Forced into a peer’s realm. Devastated by the death of his beloved sister. With vengeance burning a hole in his heart, will a distraught brother see the damage he’s causing in time to prevent the worst mistake of his life?

Kidnapped for a crime she didn’t commit. Ostracized from society. Can a broken debutante find the peace she craves at Haven House, or must she face her monsters over a ballroom—again?
Captain Nick Rutherford vows revenge against the man who murdered his sister. When the coward escapes, Nick discovers a way to flush him out. Never mind that what he proposes goes against everything he believes in.

Lady Piper Connor faces society’s whispers with her head high. When Captain Rutherford, the new Marquess of Blackwell, forces her to spend the night in his townhouse, she wants to hide in shame—for a moment. Is it wrong to feel relief when one is cast out of society?

Squaring her shoulders, she steps into the morning wearing the same clothes she’d worn to a ball the previous evening. Let them stare.

Join these two hurting people as they walk through overwhelming obstacles to find forgiveness and each other.

God loves her unconditionally, and that is enough. If only a certain marquess didn’t plague her thoughts.

Book:  Vengeance is Mine Saith Mi’Lord Author: Tammy Kirby
Genre:  Inspirational Victorian Romance
Release Date: October 9, 2019



The cover and summary of the book drew me into wanting to read Tammy Kirby's book 3 in the  "Haven House" series. I highly recommend reading the first two books before reading this book because I was lost on events and what is the Haven House. I got the jiff of it, but it took me away from the story for me. We are taken into the 19th century. The story continues the drama of sexual slavery. Kirby made amazing strong characters. You can feel their emotions in some horrible situations before rescuing. There are children who lived by abuse. 
If you love romance and fairytales I would highly recommend reading "Vengeance is MInd Saith Mi'Lord" because it's well written and has lots of details to pull you into the story more. You feel each characters' emotions. Kirby does a great job of showing God's love throughout the story. Kirby does a great job of talking about sex trafficking. I am buying the first two books and can't wait to read book number four. 

I have voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from Celebrate Lit. All views expressed are only my honest opinion. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC regulations.


Tammy Kirby holds an associate degree in Registered Nursing, a cosmetology license, and the title of author. When she’s not helping heal the sick, or dabbling in color, you can find her at her computer, giving life to the characters clamoring inside her head to be set free.
In 2018 she released her debut novel, His Grace Forgiven, the first book in the Victorian Inspirational Romance series, Haven House. She developed a love for reading at a young age. Beauty and the Beast is her favorite fairytale, and I Love Lucy her favorite tv show from childhood. That being said, you’ll always find one of her characters having some of the same characteristics in Tammy’s works.
She uses her writing to show God’s love and forgiveness through characters from hundreds of years in the past, who face the same problems people face today. Taking broken heroes and heroines and showing them this truth is her mission.
Tammy lives with her husband, Roger in Northeast Louisiana, where she spends her free time doting on grandchildren, reading, crocheting, sewing and, of course, writing about how the Lord can take any sin, no matter how bad and turn it into a blessing to glorify Him. Her desire is for her writing to speak to her readers in a way that draws them closer to the One who loves them above all.

Her Website: Click here

More from Tammy

When God placed the Haven House series on my heart and instructed me to put them on paper, I asked Him why me? He said because you’re not afraid to write what I tell you even if it’s uncomfortable. This entire series deals with forgiveness in some form or another. Can you forgive the unforgivable? What happens if you can’t?
As an avid reader, my favorite books are those I can apply to real life—my life. I will read almost any genre, but historical romance is my preference. My characters are flawed, even the Christian ones. In my writing I use them to show the world that God can fix anything we get ourselves into—if we ask.
Vengeance is Mine saith Mi’Lord is the third book in a series of five. One day I was sitting at my kitchen table working on the second book, when a handsome ship’s captain waltzed across the room. I knew then, Captain Rutherford would have his own story.
Because of hurtful circumstances, my hero, Nick acts completely out of character. Even though he doesn’t like himself for it, he can’t seem to stop the emotional carriage wreck he’s causing himself at the expense of my heroine, Piper. Throw in a cat named Satan whose alter-ego is Angel (according to my heroine), a cabin boy with a secret, a murder coverup, and you have all the makings for a fulfilling read.
I hope you enjoy Nick and Piper’s story. I certainly enjoyed bringing them to life for you.


To celebrate her tour, Tammy is giving away:
- the grand prize package of a $25 Amazon gift card
- two signed books, His Grace Forgiven and Joy to the Earl!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! 


Monday, March 23, 2020

Chasing the White Lion by James R. Hannibal (Talia Inger Series) book 2 Book Review


Young CIA officer Talia Inger has reconciled with the man who assassinated her father, but that doesn't mean she wants him hovering over her every move and unearthing the painful past she's trying to put behind her. Still, she'll need him--and the help of his star grifter, Valkyrie--if she hopes to infiltrate the Jungle, the first ever crowdsourced crime syndicate, to rescue a group of kidnapped refugee children.

But as Talia and her elite team of thieves con their way into the heart of the Jungle, inching ever closer to syndicate boss the White Lion, she'll run right up against the ragged edge of her family's dark past. In this game of cat and mouse, it's win . . . or die. And in times like that, it's always good to have someone watching your back.

Former tactical deception officer and stealth pilot James Hannibal takes you deep undercover into the criminal underworld where everyone has an angle and no one escapes unscathed.


Chasing the White Lion by James R. Hannibal is the second in the Talia Inger series, with The Gryphon Heist as book one. Both books can feasibly stand alone, but they are connected by characters and events, so reading them in a sequence is advisable. "Chasing the White Lion" is a fast-paced thriller. 

This book has a Hunger Games vibe to it. Let me tell you both book one and book two are page-turner. Each page is full of action and details. There is a new game in town that involves trafficking children in Thailand. CIA agent Talia Inger and her crew are back ready to chase the White Lion. 
The book opens up in Russia but quickly takes us to Thailand. 

Later in the book, we see characters building a game called Frenzy.  Frenzy is a complicated, money-grabbing playground with greedy evil business moguls. The ultimate game in "Chasing the White Lion" is racing against the clock for Talia and her crew to help save lives of children.   They have to bring down bad actors and the White Lion. Talia and her grifts, thieves and hackers are preparing their skills and getting into their place to take down the awful king of the jungle and wrap up a few other endgames. When the game begins, the suspense and action gets crazy. 

In "Chasing the White Lion" we get more backstory and the growth of Finn and Val. Val realizes what she does has consequences and how it impacts the people around her. Finn isn't as thrillseeker but will hold your hand if you need help. Talia, Tyler and the rest of the team are developing deeper relationships with each other. We see CIA agent Talia trusting others in the team. 
James R. Hannibal is a fantastic suspense, thriller and adventure story. He wrote strong characters that are relatable and is well rounded.  Book two has a more Christian aspect than book one. Hannibal did a fantastic job of developing each character's development with spirituality without sounding preachy.   

It touches on a variety of subjects such as child trafficking. CIA agent Talia Inger learns about child trafficking in Thailand.  There are many assassination attempts, car explosions, motorcycles and so much more. If you want romance there isn't much. Hannibal did a great job of putting some humor into it.

The main theme in the novel is family and trust. If you love "Burn Notice", CIA shows, "Oceans Eleven", "Mission Impossible" etc.. then this is a good book series for you. Plus, If you buy this book you can help Compassion International. 


Former stealth pilot, James R. Hannibal is not stranger to secrets and adventure. He has been shot at, locked up with surface to air missiles, and chased down a winding German road by an armed terrorit. He is a two-time silver falchion award-winner for his Section 13 mysteries for kids and Thriller Award nominee for his Nick Baron covert ops series for adults. 
James lives in Houston with his beauitful wife and two amazing sons. He is a rare multi-sens synesthete, meaning all of his senses intersect. He sees and feels sounds and smells and hears flashes of light. If he tells you the chocolate ckae ou offered smells blue and sticky, take it as a compliment. 

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Friday, March 20, 2020

Out of the Embers - Mesquite Springs #1 by Amanda Cabot Book Review


Ten years after her parents were killed, Evelyn Radcliffe is once more homeless. The orphanage that was her refuge and later her workplace has burned to the ground, and only she and a young orphan girl have escaped. Convinced this must be related to her parents' murders, Evelyn flees with the girl to Mesquite Springs in the Texas Hill Country and finds refuge in the home of Wyatt Clark, a talented horse rancher whose plans don't include a family of his own.

At first, Evelyn is a distraction. But when it becomes clear that trouble has followed her to Mesquite Springs, she becomes a full-blown disruption. Can Wyatt keep her safe from the man who wants her dead? And will his own plans become collateral damage?

Suspenseful and sweetly romantic, Out of the Embers is the first in a new series that invites you to the Texas Hill Country in the 1850s, when the West was wild, the men were noble, and the women were strong


Historical instiprational fictions are my favorite genre to read. "Out of Embers" is a historical romance novelists. I was really excited to be given the oppportunity to read and review Amanda Cabot's new book series called Mesquite Springs- Book #1 "Out of the Embers" The story takes you back to 1855 in Mesquite Springs, Texas.

Main characters Wyatt Clark, an owner of a horse ranch and Evelyn Radcliffe, a carefree woman.  After Evelyn's parents were murdered she ended up living in an orphangae for 10 years. She is always living with fear that the men who murdered her parents are out to get her too. She travels to local towns to sell lace the orphan children made to support themselves.  Her and Polly returned to the orphanage to find it burned to the ground with no survivors. They quickly leave in fear for their lives. On their way back they ran into Wyatt Clark. Wyatt offers them a shelter. She creates characters that are relatable but also unqiue. 

Wyatt Clark worked very hard to get his father's horse ranch up and running. He really wants to travel, but whats to make sure he has enough money to take care of his mother and sister.  Instead he decided to run for Mayor.  Evelyn and Polly felt at home on Wyatt's ranch.  Evelyn decided to stay in Mesquite Spring and open up a restaurant. 
"Out of Embers" is a beautiful historical Christian romance. Even though it takes place in 1855 it still has a contemporary feel to it because it has strong female empowerment messages. 

Amanda Cabot did an amazing job of putting detailed description. I can see it so clearly in my mind. 
I highly recommend reading Mesquite Spring series. 
I can't wait for book number two in the series. I highly recommend "Out of Embers". 

I received a copy from Revell for my honest opinion. All opinions are my own. 


I agree with Thomas Jefferson when he said, "I cannot live without books." Some of my earliest memories are of my parents reading books to me or -- in the case of my father -- telling stories he made up. And even when they weren't reading to me, my parents could often be found, book in hand. Is it any wonder I decided to teach myself to read? Once I did learn, it was hard to find me without a book. My husband will tell you that that's still the case.

At least in my mind, it's only a small step from being an avid reader to wanting to be an author. From the time I was seven, I was convinced I should be a writer. The type of writing varied with the seasons. For a few months I fancied myself a playwright. Fortunately the teachers in my elementary school indulged me, and my class produced my two plays: "All About Thermometers" and "Hawaii." Neither, I am happy to report, made its way to Broadway.
There was a brief time when I aspired to be a newspaper reporter, but that was soon eclipsed by my determination to be a novelist. All the while, though, I knew that writing was not the easiest way to earn a living, and so it was always going to be a second career. That's why I went to college and majored in French, fully intending to teach at the university level. When I graduated, I married my high school sweetheart and took a "temporary" job as a computer programmer. Although it hadn't been part of my plan, that turned into a permanent career in Information Technology.

Along the way, I've had a chance to do a lot of writing, including four technical books and what I describe as "enough technical articles to cure insomnia in a medium-sized city." (My budgets were also considered to be works of fiction.) Now, though, I'm able to write full time, and for the first time, all I'm writing is fiction. 

No doubt about it, I've been blessed. I had parents who nurtured my love of reading and have a husband who's not just my best friend but who's driven tens of thousands of miles to help me research books and who, after all these years, still hasn't lost his sense of humor, even when dinner is late because I have "just one more scene" to write.

When people ask why I write, the answer is simple: it's part of who I am and who I was meant to be. I truly believe this is God's plan for me, and that's why it is my fervent prayer that my books will touch my readers' hearts and strengthen their faith in Him. 

Her Website: CLICK HERE.  http://www.amandacabot.com
Twitter: CLICK HERE @AmandaJoyCabot 
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Thursday, March 19, 2020

COVID-19 Is Showing Cruel People

No one can get away from the news and devastation the Coronavirus COVID-19 is causing. This flu is scary especially for people with autoimmune conditions, such as myself. I am a little worried about it, but I am always worried about the regular flu, Norovirus, and colds too.  Ever since I was 9 years old I know to watch what I am touching and to wash hands   all the times. 

Our governer stated even though this is an epidemic we are seeing kind people stepping out to help each other. I haven't seen that in my area. I see people buying 150 or more rolls of toilet paper, 25 or more Lysol sprays, 25 or more hand soaps and the list goes on. There are rows and rows of food out of stock. Why? This isn't like its a hurricane or fire or some sort of natural disaster. Its the flu. You can hire someone to the store to pick up food for you if you are sick or just can't get out.  

I went to Meijers two days ago and almost got killed by a woman and a man. I asked the stocker if they had anymore toliet paper in the back. I waited 15 minutes for him to go look. He found a box with only 3 packages with 6 toliet paper rolls. He gave me one, but the next minute two women and a man came running to us and pushing people. One woman tried really hard to get it from my hands. I thought for sure she was going to hit me. I felt so bad for the stocker because the people who ended up not getting one yelled at the stocker to do his job and get more out on the shelf. He yelled "WE DONT HAVE ANY MORE TO RESTOCK." 

People are so cruel. A stocker put out a box of kleenexes. I took two because I got one for myself and one for my grandma. As I turned around, I saw an elderly man went to try to grab one and a young lady push him over and grabbed all 4 boxes leaving no more left. I gave the older man one of mine. 

People please please be kind. I know this is scary, but it will be okay espeially if we help each other and not be cruel and selfish. 

Thank your grocery store restockers because they are in the front line of this. They don't have protection like doctors do. They don't have the ability to social distant themself.  They are on time of people. Plus they only are making less than $13.00 an hour. Give them a break and thank them. Without them we wouldn't have any food, toliet paper, tissues, cleaning stuff and the list goes on without them. If you have the money tip these people. 

Also, thank our truckers because without them we wouldn't have our food and other supplies. I heard in the news truckers are having a hard time getting food at fast foods because you can't go inside you have to do the drive thru or pick up.  To help out help truckers get their fast food by get their meal by  and yours when you go through the drive thru. 

We all need to take this seriously, but not freak out. Remember to breath, wash hands, clean surfaces and follow the CDC's direction. 

My Weekly Quarantine TV Hit #1

During this time of quarantine I know I will be watching tons of movies and tv shows. I thought why not tell you what I have watched and lo...


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