Monthly Archives: September 2020

Words To Never Hear Again

I don’t know about you, but I am so over the Coronavirus. I was sitting here thinking about some of the words I’m tired of hearing and never want to hear them again, if at all possible.

Unprecedented –  without previous instance; never before known or experienced; unexampled or unparalleled: an unprecedented event.

No one was expecting a pandemic to hit the whole entire earth.  This word is overused!  After this is over it’s the first word I don’t want to hear any time soon.

Do Your Part – If you do your part, you do something that, to a small or limited extenthelps to achieve something.

Yes, it is getting to be too much.  Stop telling me what I need to do you be healthy.  I have always washed my hands, covered my nose and mouth when sneezing, cleaned and disinfected my house among other things.

I posted this to my Facebook page quite some time ago.

Seriously, I meant all of it.  I see so many people go into a public lavatory, use the facilities, and not wash their hands.  It’s just gross!

Wash Your Hands 🙌 Washing your hands is easy, and it’s one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs. 

The Center for Disease Control recommends that these five steps be done every time.

  1. Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold), turn off the tap, and apply soap.
  2. Lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails.
  3. Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds. Need a timer? Hum the “Happy Birthday” song from beginning to end twice.
  4. Rinse your hands well under clean, running water.
  5. Dry your hands using a clean towel or air dry them.

Please, for the sake of humanity Wah Your Hands!

COVID – 19 is a respiratory condition caused by a coronavirus. Some people are infected but don’t notice any symptoms. Most people will have mild symptoms and get better on their own. 

If you want to know more  information then click the COVID-19 link above.

Do The Right Thing – To act or behave correctly, appropriately, or with the best intentions.

Anymore one must wonder what’s the right thing to do?  There’s so much conflicting information out in the news, on social media, in the newspapers and magazines and yes, they still publish newspapers!

I couldn’t find any articles which intrigued my interests so I’ll leave that up to you.

Lastly, Mask Mandates or Wear Your Mask!

There’s so much controversy about masks and whether to wear one or not to. 

As for me, I have a different view than that of most people. Keeping the elderly safe and protected should be of the utmost importance!  

Next, those who work in the health care field need protection, and people with immunosuppressive diseases need a mask.

A study on the effectiveness of masks points out that a one size fits all approach is not the most reasonable attitude to have.

Not to mention the fact that with children it hides their faces with more of a chance for kidnappings to happen.

A child abduction is more likely to happen with a face covering over their nose and mouth. 

Human Trafficking has become a much larger topic on social media, due to others having more conversations and bringing  awareness to the forefront.

All I know is that I’m so over all this and can’t wait for a normal life.

Gain The Advantage,

Alicia Osmera

A Day Of Reflection

Twin Towers courtesy of iconicphotos.wordpress.com

Nineteen years ago today, September 11, 2001, is a day that will live in infamy. I remember sending my youngest son and daughter off to school and watching an airplane crash into the north tower.

I sat in disbelief of what I’d just seen. Was it a movie? Then a few minutes later another airplane crashed into the south tower. Unbelievable!

Timeline of the events from 9/11/2001

When the Pentagon was hit, it was assumed to be from another airplane.

Here’s a photo of the type of cruise missile that hit the Pentagon.

In the article by J Lamprecht of Info Wars, he shows us how the Pentagon was hit by a cruise missile from the US Military Arsenal.

His photo of an airplane flying in strictly restricted airspace at the moment of the cruise missile impact at the Pentagon.

I remember talking on the phone to my friend when she started to cry after watching the footage of the attack on the Pentagon. Her brother in law worked at there. It wouldn’t be until four hours later that she called me to let me know that he was alright. Whew!

Let’s not forget the brave passengers and crew members of United Flight 93. Their heroic efforts saved the United States Capitol from coming under attack.

TODD M. BEAMER From
Cranbury, New Jersey

Todd M. Beamer from Cranbury, New Jersey will forever be remembered as the one who took charge of the passengers and coordinated such a heroic plan to bring down the terrorist that hijacked Flight 93.

His famous last words were, “Let’s Roll”.

By now all the world should know of the day that The United States of America came under attack from the evilness of greedy, hateful men that just wanted to destroy our country.

We are resilient people from all walks of life. Reflecting on today makes be humble and proud.

May God Bless You and May God continue to Bless America!

Gain The Advantage,

Alicia Osmera

September 2020

I can’t believe that it’s already September 1, 2020. Is that dang virus over yet? It seems like it’s already been a year, sigh.

Fall will soon be upon us.  The cool crisp air, the leaves falling down off tree’s, the wonderful smells of 🍎s, cinnamon and yes, 🎃spice.

I wish a smooth transition into this month for us all. 

Happy #September 2020

Gain The Advantage,

Alicia Osmera