Saturday, September 05, 2009
Thursday, September 03, 2009
I had just installed the code for Bloggers for Palin and was pleased to see the button on my blog along with the blog roll. It was good to be linked to many who share my positive feelings about Sarah Palin and the strengths she offers our nation.
I then decided to clean up my favorite links and other listings in my sidebar. I really was doing very well and then I did whatever that lost most of my sidebar. I was annoyed at myself as I am using a new Mac computer and just learning my way around after years of using XP on Windows. All I could do is rebuild my blog and would start out reinstalling My Bloggers for Palin blog roll. Alas, I went to my dashboard and found tabs for Posting, Settings, Layout and Monetize. The Template tab has disappeared and I have no idea how to reclaim it. My backup for the template was lost on my old computer.
If any of you have the technical knowledge to advise me, I would appreciate it. If not, please accept my apologies for lacking the blog roll. If I am unable to resuscitate Pawigoview, I may have to develop an entirely new blog. I will keep you posted.
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
In my experience, teaching in a college nursing program, the student with the highest academic achievement is often not the student who is able to apply that knowledge appropriately. Ability to write great papers and score at the top on tests does not necessarily transfer to ability to be an effective practitioner.
Monday, August 31, 2009
Why does Obama appear to consistently disrespect our closest allies and join hands with Hugo Chavez? Does he approve of ignoring the Supreme Court of Honduras and the Constitution of Honduras? Will he ignore our Supreme Court and our Constitution in his quest to transform our government and foreign policy. He demonstrates this more and more.
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Governor Palin brought excitement and hope to a lack luster campaign and candidate. Suddenly we had hope that McCain truly had more insight into the needs of our nation than he himself was expressing. It almost worked and may have succeeded if people had really listened to Sarah Palin instead of the media who felt a need to eviscerate her.
Many changes have taken place in the past year and we need leadership that embodies the principles and wisdom of our founding fathers, I do not know what role Sarah Palin will play in the future of our republic but hope she will continue to be active on the behalf of our country.
May God continue to bless this great nation with leaders who love it and our freedoms.
Thursday, August 27, 2009
If we survive the Obama administration may we be lucky enough to elect someone like Sarah Palin to restore honesty in government.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
As I recall, the phrase “you betcha” was derided during the last presidential campaign as indication of lack of intelligence or at least an indication of education at lesser schools of higher education. The elites who attended the Ivy League colleges would never use such terms. Sarah Palin was pilloried for speaking in the vernacular so common to the folks of the heartland.
The May/June issue of the AARP magazine contains an article about Maria Shriver, written by Jeanne McDowell. Maria Shriver is executive producer of a documentary dealing with Alzheimer’s disease. Maria is motivated to research this devastating disease because her father suffers from it. This is a sad development in any family and certainly strikes the members of elite families as well as those from humble backgrounds. I commend Maria for her love and compassion for her father and her attempts to learn all she can to educate her children as to the changes in their grandfather and the nation via a book for children and now the four part documentary.
In spite of the seriousness of the article, I had to laugh when McDowell asked Shriver if she was afraid of getting Alzheimer’s and Maria (a member of the Kennedy clan, wife of a governor and a child of privilege with the best educational opportunities our great nation offers) answered YOU BETCHA. BIGTIME.