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Thoughts While Shaving for June 3

Will be interesting to look back in a year or couple of years or more and attempt to digest all that took place in a relatively short period of time over the first few months of 2020 … COVID 19 and civil upheaval all within a 2 or 3 month time frame … and, all the while our political leaders facing a November election. … We will survive. … Too many good folks working on solutions … to fail…

Next Elizabethtown-White Lake Chamber of Commerce meeting set for Tuesday, June 9 … will be a Zoom conference call…

A reminder to all … if you have not returned your ‘census count’ mailing to do so. … A good count is important. … A new census is taken every 10 years. … Make sure every person in your household is counted, and encourage family, friends and neighbors to do the same…

Maturing as a senior citizen is an interesting journey. … I recommend it … but some head winds … example … if 2 or more reside in same household … not unusual for one to be hot-natured and one cold-natured … one goes to bed early, one late, both up and down all night long … always something that needs repairing … latest … one commode runs a little a couple of times an hour, all day and night … neither can decide what’s for lunch or any other meal. … Planned all my life for retirement. … I recommend it, but it does have challenges…

Stock market has made an unbelievable comeback … but an expensive one. … Feds still printing money … National debt seldom mentioned. … Both political parties have participated … good argument for the action this time … apparently…

Difficult to believe a large amount of the the support $s for small business has not reached many in need, yet … small business … like 10 or 20 employees or less … so I have been told … not sure of anything anymore…

“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” George Bernard Shaw

“He who fears he will suffer, already suffers because he fears.” Michel De Montaigne

“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” Stephen Covey

robert g hester
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910-876-2322

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