Dutch-French painter and illustrator, Vincent van Gogh, was born on this day in 1853 (died 1890).
It’s hard to misquote someone who doesn’t say anything.
American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter, Warren Beatty, was born on this day in Richmond, Virginia.
Warren has a point.
I posted the other day that my Facebook memories told me I used to think I could win a political argument on the Interwebz.
I chuckled at how cute I used to be.
There are still times when I see something on the Internet that is so wrong I immediately want to fire off a correction.
But while I’ll still post an occasional snark, or let The Babylon Bee do it for me, most days I just scroll on.
No matter how wrong you are.
I’d say you know who you are, but it’s rather obvious that you do not.
Like you, I have one more day of work this week. After today, of course.
Perhaps unlike you, I don’t have another day of work until Monday, April 10.
As I’ve mentioned, we’re headed to the Outer Banks next week for seven days of watching the ocean.
Weather permitting we’ll watch it from the deck or the sand.
We’ll consume seafood, adult entertainment beverages, and maybe work on the reading or projects we’re taking.
I might even come back and write about it.
Earlier this week I mentioned that another friend was near death. Yesterday, just before 3:00 a.m. he walked into the arms of Jesus.
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ALSO BORN ON THIS DAY
English guitarist and singer-songwriter, Eric Clapton, was born on this day in 1945.