Well, she can’t talk but she can express how she feels about the recent events in this country bringing us near to being unable to pay our debts and causing suffering among the people. She wants to know what’s wrong with human beings who can’t learn to be adults, play political games at the expense of the public good, and generally act like spoiled brats. She says she knows the joke about why some organizations can’t get things done (it’s like herding cats, etc.), but she bets even a litter of kittens could do better. Personally, I will vote for her next time and not two of the politicians who voted against the recent legislation to reopen our government.
'Keep Calm and Carry On.'
I am a writer and teacher of philosophy who lives in the Greater Philadelphia Area. I love teaching and hanging around students, wrestling with putting words together, enjoying books and animals and my family. And when I can afford it, I love to travel--hence the British advice of "keep calm and carry on." The name Morgan is Welsh and means sea dweller. And when I return to where my ancestors settled centuries ago in a small Welsh village, I feel the connections to them, the earth, to musicand poetry, and the sea. My last book, A Teacher, His Students, and the Great Questions of Life, is available on Amazon in print or Kindle format. Oh, I enjoy humor, playfulness, and just enjoying life.
At Work and Play