Tuesday, October 31, 2017

31 Oct 17 - 0507 EDT - Black sheep of the family.

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"Those that are cast out, so to speak, from their families are often called black 

sheep of their family."

Forrest Caricofe

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**YESTERDAY. I accomplished much of the same things I did yesterday, 

publishing 4 collections of 10 tweets each and my main daily blog about heroin. 

I brought all of the buckets of paint indoors before they froze from the declining

temperatures, my next project to paint the walls and ceiling of the recreation 

room in the basement. 

I'm driving fast again after getting a speeding ticket which cost me $125 a few 

months ago on U. S. Route 585. I'm disobedient to the 55 miles per hour speed 

on Smucker Road and Chippewa Road's sometimes attaining speeds of 75 miles

per hour when I drive to or from Orrville. 

Late in the evening, I drove to Orrville to purchase somethings for the house,

speeding as usual on those 2 roads mentioned above. 

**TODAY. 2:47 AM 10/31/2017 EDT. I'm up to meet a brand new day, hoping to

accomplish some different things today rather than publishing so many 

collections of tweets. Maybe I'll produce a video or 2 or publish a postcrossing 

blog related to comments I've received from people who have received the 

postcards I mailed to them? 

There's nothing on the schedule for today, but I need to drive to Orrville to 

purchase a month's long play of the same lottery numbers of Mega Millions which

has gone up from $1 to $2 per play. So instead of spending $10, I'll spend $20.

I know it's something I don't need, but want, and I figure at my age I should be 

able to do what I want. I also need to visit my PNC Bank to arrange a rollover 

of an IRA (Individual Retirement Account) from Farmer's National to PNC into 

an IRA investment account. New rules read that you can rollover only 1 IRA a 

year and I'll rollover the larger 1 before December 31 and roll over the smaller 1 

after January 1, 2018.

I told you the other day about losing 3 friends of mine, spring, summer and fall. 

Well, I haven't lost fall yet, it ends on Thursday, December 21 when the dreaded 

winter begins and winter doesn't end until Tuesday, March 20, 2018. 

So, I'll have to hunker down and wait the 3 months before spring arrives in a 

brand new year.


**If you're the black sheep of the family, you must attempt to turn to white. This tweet was tweeted at about 3:25 AM 10/31/2017


Am I like my Uncle Paul, the black sheep of the family? I'm much different than 

the rest of my siblings. I was a tow head (blond) when I was young, their hair 

was brown. They like Pepsi and I like Coke. Unlike me, they like sweet tea and I

don't. They chose to live in Virginia where we were born and raised, I chose to 

live in Ohio for over half my life (44 years). 

Somethings have changed over time, Roland along with Jerry and Janet, Uncle E. 

C. and Aunt Ruth have homes in a gated community in Lake Wales, Florida. It is 

Roland's permanent home while it is a snowbird home for Janet and Jerry and 

my uncle and aunt. 

Roland and I enjoy breaking mundane (humdrum, dull, boring, tedious, 

monotonous, tiresome, wearisome, unexciting, uninteresting, uninvolving) laws 

while my sister and youngest brother obey them. 

I have long hair, now 5 inches down past my shoulders, their hair is cut short. 

They sit down, I've stood most of my life. They like watching TV, I watch maybe 

2 hours or less a day. I need 6 hours of sleep, they need more. 

Have I convinced you that I'm the black sheep of the family?

I know that I've convinced myself.


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