Another cool morning. Another day for my bedding plants to huddle on the dining room table instead of shivering on the deck. Another poor sleep. I woke up at 3 am for a call of nature. After an hour of laying in bed and visions of my father’s PC Optimum card floating in my head, I decided it was time to get up.
I wonder how reward cards are benefiting us. They sure have us spending much time on collecting points and jumping through hoops for them. I’ve spent quite a bit of time and energy registering, registering and phoning as to why my father lost all his points – 20,000 points($20). Even though I had told them my father can’t understand or speak much Chinese, they said they need his permission to talk about his account. Now I’m spending more time talking about all this. It is really laughable. I would laugh if I didn’t have the cloudy, rainy day blues.
How many other useless gimicks are THEY tricking us with? What is THEIR agenda? What am I MISSING when I refuse to participate in all this? I am sure there is a trick somewhere. Paranoid, you say. You bettcha I am. THEY have eyes and ears everywhere, watching and listening. Did you know that they can spy on you through the camera on your computer? A friend told me that. She throws a towel over the camera aperture. Mrs. Google confirmed that it is possible when I checked. I use her for everything – cooking, baking, how to do practically everything. I suppose my life is an open book. Is that a bad thing? I can’t trip up since I got nothing to give up, not even my privacy.
How is your morning? Hope paranoia is not contagious. I will right myself again once the sun comes up, if it ever will. In the meantime, I’ll go and try to make my own.
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Hi Lily, paranoia probably becomes no one, but that has never deterred me. What most people call paranoia, I just call common sense. With that said, I’d like to answer your question, “how is your morning?” My second grandson from the other daughter was born this morning, so I would say “really well”. I just got back visiting them in the hospital, and am sure it’s going to be a good day. I hope yours turns out to be a good one too, Lily! Des.
Congrats! 2 grandsons – good prosperity the Chinese would say. Waiting for the sun to shine. Had a pass at the doctor’s this morning. That’s a good sign. Getting ready to take the dog out.
This blog just gets better and better!!!! I don’t want to tell you whose trolling me!!!!! I’m a big big paranoia wacko😂😱👍
Thank you, Terry! I get better when the sun is out. I’m not looking over my shoulder all the time.