Live Alone and Become an Innovator
Live Alone and Like It, by Marjorie Hillis Roulston was published in the 1930’s, and so I am updating her thesis statement to: Live alone and Love it. Ms. Hillis did not have cable TV or the Internet, and so thanks to technology, it is now possible to love living alone, instead of just liking it.
The secret to love living alone, is to have lived with lots of other people during your earlier years. It also helps to have been married at least once. Getting divorced is a good old fashioned way to learn how to love living alone. Are you an innovator who loves living alone?
Turn Your Imagination Into Innovation
A few months ago I was writing blogs about bringing love into it, and so now I am attempting bring innovation into the mix. I love living alone and I also love the application of law to facts. I think we can safely say that I am not a “people” person. Every innovator is usually laughed at or called crazy, to wit, Elon Musk blowing cannabis smoke at his investors. If you are really innovative like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. or Mahatma Gandhi, your detractors will murder you. Sometimes being crucified on Good Friday can lead to miracles on Easter Sunday.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities Are A Relatively New Creation
The law governing Continuing Care Retirement Communities only came into being in the late 1980’s. Therefore CCRC law is relatively new and so there will not be very much case law on that subject. I love living at Masonic Homes Covina, the administration and management just needs to be fine tuned. Time for a tune up. Time for an upgrade. I can’t wait for the next Campus Update meeting at MHC.
Noodle is Upgrading Hosting Accounts
The real purpose of this blog is to notify Google bot and my regular viewers that I am upgrading this site’s web hosting to c-panel. Therefore this may be my last blog in a few days. The move will probably be completed this Friday, April 17th.