So, words do matter. That is no surprise. Truly I'm tickled pink watching and hearing spoken and written words.
My crack investigators have been busy. The snoopers discovered that Frederick schools apparently had no regard for the inauguration – as required by the document called The Constitution – that took place at the Capitol in Washington Friday.
Please, I don't want to sound crabby on the day before the White House gets a new occupant, but maybe I am.
…and there's a little yellow man in my head.
The above lines are lyrics from the Kinks song Destroyer circa 1981.
Here are a couple more lines:
Paranoia, the destroyer.
Silly boy you got so much to live for
So much to aim for, so much to try for
You blowing it all with paranoia
You're so insecure you self-destroyer
All eyes are on this exciting inauguration week in the nation's capital. Certainly the world is watching. Frederick's finest will be in strategic positions, carrying banners for the city and county.
It’s a warm June afternoon in 1962. At about 4 o’clock I was in the vestibule of the then Hampton Institute chapel. A light breeze flowed through the windows raised about 12 inches.