It’s not funny, Elaine.

I just wasted forty-seven minutes of my life removing a scab without hurling.  I’ll never get that time back.  It probably explains why I never considered a medical career.  It’s part of why I think nurses are remarkable, too.  While it symbolizes the day I’ve been having, I’m delightfully confident it’s better than the day Devin Nunes is having.  That’ll do.

I’m so proud of the Russian people who protested recently.  I’m a big fan of individuals who fight fascism.  Putin is an enemy of humanity, and I stand in unity.  This image will remain etched in my mind for a long time.

Woman carried away by five cops.

I know people enjoy poking fun at Millennials.  I’ve seen the derogatory hashtags.  I’ve heard the jokes.  Each time I remind people to adjust their perception.  Don’t underestimate this generation.  It makes you appear foolish.  It’s embarrassing to witness.  Open your eyes and recognize them as individuals.  They’re already changing the world.  A storm is coming, and they are the wind.  Pay attention.  Listen to their ideas, and remember who will be here tomorrow, and who won’t.  If you think you can stop the wind, you’re in for a surprise.

2 thoughts on “It’s not funny, Elaine.

  • As someone on the leading edge of GenX (using Gallup’s initial year of 1965) ours was a comparatively small generation. Millenials are not. They now outnumber Boomers. And they are also all adults. While different organizations pick slightly differing age ranges, Gallup defines millenials as those born between 1980 and 1996. My oldest was born in 1981 and my youngest in 1996. I’ve watched them grow up. I’ve watched their friends grow up. And yes, people are making a huge mistake when they underestimate millenials.

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