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Happy Memorial Day Weekend Day –
“Today, has been a very busy day – with hobbies and learning stuff. I thought it might be interesting to post the work (part of it) done since around 7 a.m. today. The previous two posts show the photos of these lessons from College Chemistry being woven into a dynamic new solution set to help our dams around the world to be repaired once they are damaged or compromised in any way.
Hopefully, somehow, some way – I can find a path to the Changhe group to use these ideas to add to their own and others to help China fix the dams within the region that now jeopardize the people already suffering from the earthquake damage. I wish there was an easy way to wrong the ideas of our time with less force, but I’ve long ago given up that effort. It is a waste of time. And, as much as I know that on Memorial Day Weekend, whether disabled or not, I’m supposed to be picnicking somewhere with family or friends – not working on this, I’m glad to be donning the mantle of working on something worthwhile.
Because I live in the United States and serve as a citizen of our country, there is no way I could email the plans and ideas which were the product of today into the Chinese government community without upsetting our operations’ officers here. Consequently, after much thought about it today, I realized the public in our country and around the world have as much right to access this as anyone. I wrote it, I created it, and yes, sometimes my best workshop is in my bathroom because I can smoke cigarettes in there and hoist the smell out the ventilator fan – it is also a bit more private than the rest of my apartment / condo.
Regardless, I work everywhere in the place where I live – no matter where it is. This is just one of many days that I’ve worked on things “cause I can.” Right now, I’m playing Christmas music by Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby from a Christmas gift from Mom and Daddy last Christmas that I’ve just now gotten a chance to even play. This seemed like a good day for it – but don’t tell my neighbors that I am aware it isn’t Christmas right now. They wouldn’t necessarily consider it as noteworthy as the fact that they are putting up with hearing those songs one more time coming from my apartment.
The little wire gizmo in the picture is a helix spiral for the atomic complication that I’m working on for the remaining portion of the package that will add information and maybe a little help to the efforts to construct a working system and polyu- compound for fixing these dams and others. We have quite a few that have needed some exceptional repair products for use in extreme conditions, also. There are always some paths to get them to NCGS or somebody.
Anyway, I have encouraged my youngest daughters and my first grand-daughter to have a picnic in their living room today – while they still have a living room around them, and celebrate the holiday with a pic-a-nicka basket on the floor, some sandwhiches and a good old quilt. Hopefully, they will remember how to build a tent fort and show grand-daughter-J what that is like. Sometimes, it takes more patience than I have to work with those girls, but there you go.
Gotta love em. – – – – – and, the first idiot that tells any of them – (my children) – what I’m working on – has had it.
Have a great day – and a great festivity tomorrow.
Gratefully not there. – Cricket Diane C “Sparky” Phillips, 2008, Atlanta, Ga. USA
Cricket House Studios, 05-25-08
And – check out CurrentTV Star Spangled Banner thing and Memorial Day Tributes – They are awesome!
And – so are the others on FOX and CNN and NBC and . . .
“Creating the Tangible from the Impossible Every Day.” – Cricket Diane (Sparky) & Cricket House Studios, US
This is to let you know what I am working to do actively in a very short period of time – Fall is very close when trying to do something like this, but it can be done. There is an intention to this effort. I hope that by promoting this show and hosting it – people in America will start getting more hopeful, patriotic and activate their resources to accomplish things in their situations. It might do that – I hope so.
In three words – This is entertainment.
It is patriotic.
It is empowering.
It is possibility.
This is an event for this year – September 11, 2008.
First, thank you for letting me try to do this.
Second, I want the name of the show to be – “America The Beautiful – In Honor and Support of Freedom”.
Third, the premise and purpose of the show is two-fold.
It is intended to be entertainment. The patriotic theme will be dominant (non-political, old school Patriotism).
The secondary theme that will be covered through promotional materials, entertainers and information available at the show is – “Solution-oriented thinking, Resourcing to Create Viable Solutions and Supporting the Inventiveness, Resourcefulness and Innovative Spirit of the American citizens.”
The point is to Honor the many individuals that have sacrificed for our freedoms – both in the armed services, in our government and in our communities for over three hundred years. Some are actively serving today and some are no longer with us.
The other point is to be supportive with hope and encouragement for the US citizens and businesses that are having financial difficulties who need solution-oriented, can-do thinking, inspiration, and access to community resources that are available to them.
To this end – I have talked with many people and businesses over the phone today. I posted a letter sent to the Vets for Freedom on my blog earlier today, because as I’ve spoken to people on the phone, I wanted something there for them to start the consideration process. This evening, I’m sending this email package to those I spoke to on the phone today and others that may be interested.
The places I’ve called today are about to be sent an email that covers basically the points outlined above and then I have a written agreement that will cover the sustenance and support of this show as they make moneys and other resources available. These agreements will be basic to cover the intention of the show, the use of the money, the return of advertising and promotions available to these companies and individuals through this show and its campaign to let the public know about it, as well as any other aspects that we negotiate to do this.
This is an historic time in our country. I look forward to your participation.
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If you really wanna do this:
1. Get scissors, pencils, paper, spiral notebooks, 3×3 sticky notes, 3×5 cards in every room (even in several places in each room.)
2. Be everybody’s (1st ) first assistant, gopher, to get it guy / gal, what’s the problem fixer for every and any and all teams you have around you – (including your children, spouse, friends, work, church events, social clubs events, etc.). Be the person who grabs the plates, throws away the eggshells, cleans off the counters and hands the cooks the milk or whatever they need.
3. Write it down, record it into a vr – voice recorder and play with it later, file it, post it, write it yourself and share it as it is needed by someone, anyone, anywhere anytime at the moment they can use it.
4. Be bitchy, demanding and insistent when it requires it – otherwise don’t. Just be yourself with all your character and personality shining, play, work and have fun. Enjoy the ride.
5. Lastly, use what you have, do the best you can, and dream big / do it all as the situation requires. There are 36 hours in every day and 8 or 9 days in a week crammed into each and every 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. That’s how I do it and everyone I work with does it.
There is nothing better in the world than living life because that’s is really all we have.
Cricket Diane C “Sparky” Phillips, 2008
Cricket House Studios – USAX1 – USA1 – 04-05-08
Notes to Women and Military Purchasing Groups / Leaders –
2008 Cricket Diane C Phillips
–> Do not buy what you cannot zip up yourself –
this includes, shoes, boots, dresses with zips in the back such that you cannot reach it, and and all other bags, backpacks, tents, goodies pouches, and anything with zippers.
–> Do not buy what you cannot walk in –
I don’t care what the fashion designers say – let them wear it.
–> Do not buy what does not work for you –
because sooner or later – it will have to work for you, when it really, really matters.
these notes are for Women, and for US Military & US Military sanctioned purchasing orders to serve any, every, each and all of our departments, agencies, branches, etc. (all inclusively)
(As well, as women & children civilians).
–> Note –> no men are on this list except those in military and positions of purchasing authority who serve our needs —> all of us have to live with their decisions.
Other men, that are civilians or are otherwise in Congress, etc. not involved in purchasing equipment or anything that we have to live with are likely not going to listen to us anyways and will do, buy, choose, wear, use and (in all likelihood) –> misuse to suit the needs of the moment for better or worse ( and there’s no telling them anything.)
—> AND –>
–> Do not buy into the idea that if it works for you, it will and it must work for me.
I’m probably going to do something with it in some extreme way at some extreme time & place where you wouldn’t go.
(This includes but is not limited to : walking 2 miles to the quickie store at 2 or 3 a.m. to get a donut ‘cause I want one – even in Marietta, GA, USA that is an extreme time & place to try out or rely on something somebody else used one time at home.)
—> Do not buy what you can’t wear, you don’t eat, you don’t use, you don’t like and any thing you don’t have any use for whatsoever.
–> No matter how “on sale”, “clearanced” or “how good a deal” it is, “SAVINGS” on sale stuff does not “make money”. Savings realized by buying sale stuff and clearance stuff bought somewhere can only save money if your were going to buy it anyway and only if you like it, use it and have a use for it – AND – ( if it works for you &/or your family.)
No –> its not useful just ‘cause it says so.
Written by Cricket Diane C “Sparky” Phillips, 2008