Having the second Moderna vaccine Friday morning was a blessing for which I am grateful. The advice to plan the day after a second vaccine is wise. I’ve been in bed most of the day with aches and general malaise. Last night at about excactly 12 hours after the shot I went through a few hours of hell and was awake on and off after that, it was not plesant.
Tonight will be better. I did run into this photo below today and had to share it as it is my bed most nights whether I am perfectly ok or suffering from vaccine immune response.
Big Beard music actually.
ZZ Top – Sharp Dressed Man – 1983
Ahh, the music of my carefree youth. Right now I need the solace ‘cause the news is crazy town. I’m counting the minutes to 01/20/2021.
The little boy within the Beard that is Fearsome loves A Charlie Brown Christmas. Therefore we continue the tradition of our yearly Christmas Eve post.
Peace and goodwill toward all.
May the light, love, peace, happiness and joy that is the spirit of which our winter holidays are intended be yours.
What could be better than Judy Garland singing a Christmas tune? Judy & Liza singing one.
Jack Jones, Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli – Christmas Medley – Live on the Judy Garland Show 1963
This guy takes matters into his own hands.
The answer? Yes masks obviously do work. Smart guy but risky testing method. Good thing he has a short beard.
An update of sorts to an old classic…
Modern Monster Mash – Key of Awesome – 2014
It’s here, Comic-Con San Diego
It’s time to search for inspiration.
What better place to start than to open my eyes and look for the good.
To look for a hero, even maybe the hero within.
And of corse look to the hero that is Anne Marie.
I was but a young child in 1969. I had no knowledge of The Stonewall Inn or of sexuality for that matter. I remember Sesame Street, a man walking on the moon and some horrible war in a far off place called Vietnam.
Little did I know that the brave fed up downtrodden souls of a small group of misfits would change the corse of history that I might live as securely, lovingly and openly as I do today.
One should never take for granted the freedom and respect we have gained. One should never assume that history will not repeat itself. One should always stand up and speak out when injustice and discrimination rear their ugly fearful heads, even when that injustice or discrimination is happening to another person, group, religion or race.
Fear is a powerful force in humanity. Fear can destroy a civilization. Overcoming societal fear starts with me, and with you, having the courage to stand for what is right.