Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex…. “💫 ‘The Diana Award Ceremony 2021’ 💫 …. “!!

~~June 28, 2021~~


I have always admired, followed and appreciated Princess Diana. Her loss was devastating to her sons, her nation and the world. On July 1, this year, she would have turned 60 years old.

Gone too soon! Always terribly missed!



The Diana Award honors young people who work to improve the lives of others. The Award is the most prestigious accolade a young person aged 9-25 can receive for their social action or humanitarian work.

Named after Diana, Princess of Wales, the award was established in 1999 by a board chaired by Gordon Brown. 




~~Published June 28, 2021~~

Prince Harry has spoken movingly about his mother’s belief in the power of young people to “change the world” ahead of the unveiling of Diana’s statue.

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Fun With Founding Fathers

You got that right!! And shameless about it … nothing worse than ignorant people who think they know it all!! … “The funniest thing about Republicans trying to dictate which history is taught, and fighting so hard to make sure the only history taught is white history, is they really suck at history.”



The moral standard our founding fathers set out for us to achieve was one they didn’t want to apply for themselves. It took 86 years after the signing of the document that declared “all men are created” equal for us to end slavery, though a lot of slaves weren’t aware of it at the time. It took 94 years after the signing of that document before our nation gave the right to vote for black Americans, at least on paper. It took 144 years before our nation gave women the right to vote. It took four decades after passing the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote, to pass the Voting Rights Act because all the racist fucks in the south weren’t listening when the right to vote for black Americans was passed in 1870.

Republicans in the House of Representatives who voted against Juneteenth becoming a federal holiday…

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My Momoa Monday Moment …. “🌺 ‘SEE – Apple TV+ Series’ 🌺 …. “!!

~~June 28, 2021~~


It’s Monday … and I’m happy to say that I finally subscribed to Appple TV+.

I started watching this series during the weekend. I must say it’s not the ‘run of the mill’ series. It’s another type, another ‘work of art’, futuristic and qutie interesting.

It Momoa day … it was Momoa weekend for me!

And … Season 2 will premiere in August 2021 and the third season has been renewed!




See is an American science fiction drama streaming television series produced for Apple TV+ starring Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard in leading roles. It is written by Steven Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence.

It also stars Sylvia HoeksHera Hilmar and Christian Camargo. Executive producers include Knight, Lawrence, Peter CherninJenno Topping, and Kristen Campo. The series premiered on November 1, 2019, and it has been renewed for a second season, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, filming was temporarily delayed, but concluded on March 18, 2021.

The second season is set to premiere on August 27, 2021, and has been renewed for a third season.



In the early twenty-first century, a virus wiped out all but two million humans, those surviving having lost the sense of sight.

“See” takes place centuries later, where society has found new ways to interact, build, hunt, and survive without vision.

In the mountains, Baba Voss, the chieftain of the Alkenny tribe, takes in and marries a woman, Maghra, who comes to the Alkenny seeking shelter. Baba Voss has been unable to father children, and the woman is pregnant when she first arrives.

~~Published September 10, 2019~~

The biological father, Jerlamarel, is an outlaw wanted by the Queen of the Kane Dynasty of Kanzua Dam for the heresy of being “sighted” (the ability to see).

Word spreads of Jerlamarel siring children, prompting a witch hunt for Jerlamarel and his offspring. Baba Voss must protect his family and his tribe against the Queen’s army.

#MyMomoaMondayMoment #SEE #AppleTVSeries #JasonMomoa #AmericanActor #AmericanIcon #FuturisticSeries #VirusKilledMillionsOfHumans #Jerlamaerl #QueenOfKAneDynasty #KanzuaDam #Sghted #Blindness #BabaVoss

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IOTD …. “😢 ‘Images of the Day, Very Sad Edition – Possible Cause/Explanation‘ 😢 …. “!!

~~June 28, 2021~~


The magnitude of this disaster can’t be cuantified. To date, 9 people have been confirmed deceased and 156+ remain unaccounted for.

There are no words to express the degree of loss and the everlasting effects.




#IOTD #ImagesOfTheDay #CondoCollapse #SurfsideFlorida #PossibleFailurePoint #CollapseSequence #DeadliestAccidentalBuildingCollapse #RestInPeace

#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexachwordpress

Motivational Monday …. “💫 ‘Decide To Be Happy – Don’t Wait’ 💫 …. “!!

~~June 28, 2021~~


I will never forget this young woman … she has an amazing story. I hope she wins!



It didn’t take long for 30-year-old vocalist Jane Marczweski – known professionally as Nightbirde – to win over the hearts of America’s Got Talent judges Simon CowellHeidi KlumHowie Mandel and Sofía Vergara.

While singing her original song “It’s Ok,” Nightbirde’s authenticity and ethereal vocals took center stage. Simon, who is known to be a fairly harsh critic, even called her voice “absolutely stunning.”

During the audition, however, Nightbirde shared some tough personal news – she had “some cancer” in her lungs, spine and liver. Nightbirde also later revealed that she was given a 2% chance of survival.

~Facebook Page~

#MotivationalMonday #YouCantWait #UntilLifeIsntHardAnymore #DecideToBeHappy #AmericasGotTalent #AGT #SimonCowell #GoldenBuzzer #StageFour #TerminalCancer #StayingPositive #Inspiring

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Monday Morning Wake-Up Call

Very wise words! … “How things end up matters.” — Rob Roberge, Liar: A Memoir (Crown, February 9, 2016).

Live & Learn

Five years ago, you were teacher of the year and now this.

All this would be fine—well, not exactly fine but manageable—if you were not due at this faculty meeting in half an hour. You look at the other drivers—some passing you, and some you are passing. You look at their faces and wonder how great the gap is between who they are and who they know they could be. You’re on Interstate 10. The I-10 is known to locals, depending on your direction, as the San Bernardino Freeway or the Santa Monica Freeway. Freeways here, true to the romantic nature of the West and its ever-hopeful revision of the life that came before, are made for movement and the future and they’re named for where you’re going—not where you’ve been.

The past, well, that’s for when you turn around. Where you’ve been is only important in the context…

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