It’s 6:45

It’s 6:45 on a Saturday evening a day after the new year 2021 has finally graced us with its presence.

Not much has changed except for the fact the weather is slightly warmer than normal today in Spokane. The snow we received on Wednesday, another record by the way, has begun melting. I believe it was nine inches that fell that day and night.

My inbox is cluttered with junk and more junk. The super conservative writer I follow only to use as laughing stock for my blogs, is still claiming China stole the election and no way did 80,000,000 people vote against his President Trump. “It must not stand,” he screams from his soap box. Like I said, I use him as fodder for when I want a good laugh.

The Corona virus is still alive and well while certain people who aren’t supposed to be vaccinated, are doing that very thing while the older people who do need it are standing in long lines for hours on end. It is, after all survival of the fittest. If you are too weak and infirmed to get vaccinated then obviously you must die so the healthier people get theirs.

I worked yesterday and so today I work harder to catch up for working at the job where I get paid. As a homeowner I work here for free. My macaw has begun eating my house which is the last thing I need prior to placing my house on the market.

I had a strange premonition back in elementary school. For whatever reason I picked 2020 as my death date. It almost happened but maybe it was meant for someone else. God knows too many people died that year. Let’s hope 2021 is much better.

Published by Jerry Schellhammer

Jerry, a published author of both published and self-published books, is devoting his time and efforts to his craft after having retired from the previous job as a janitor at Northern Quest Resort and Casino. He now calls Gooding, Idaho his home. Writing is his passion and he now has a successfully published book and another on the way to being published later this year. He has a BA in English with emphasis in professional writing from Washington State University. His website: is available for everyone to see. In it are the lists of published books available both through Amazon and Barnes & Noble in eBook and print format.

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