Monday, May 9, 2022

Meandering on Monday with Janet Lane Walters #BWLAuthor #MFRWAuthor #Reading #Writing #Thoughts - Supreme Court

Meander 1 Reading - Finished Dean Hovey's Whistling Bake off - a cute cozy. Jay Lang's Deadly Ties - a mystery suspense story. Carly Phillips - Just One Dare - As usual a good read with lots of emotions. Jennifer Probst's Meant To Be - a good read with some interesting problems and How To Tempt a Fuke by Madeline Martin - an interesting Regency with great sexual tension

Meander 2 = Thoughts - Supreme Court - Much has been in the news lately about the Supreme Court and many people are beginning not to trust the them. I haven't trusted them for many years and I feel my reason is a valid one. We have given men and women a lifetime once seated the power of dictators. I remember the day this hit me at least twenty or more years ago. Representatives have two year terms, presidents, four years and senators six years. What I wondered was why there was no limit on the men andwomen who actually control our lives. Why are they not appointed for ten years? I think that would be fair and they would not become the dictators of our lives for years and years and years.

Meander 3 - Writing - Moving forward with Sepal. Working on chapter 4. Two more to go with them in their separate lives that will converge and they will become the Three and Three of Midra and Midran for Sepal. 

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