This is the third oldest post ─ from my personal public Blogger / Blogspot blog ─ that was censored last Summer by the people behind the scenes who do not want any discussion of the scamdemic / plandemic / casedemic that has seized the world now for nearly two years. The Blogger platform “unpublished” the post and cited their unhelpful “community guidelines” that of course never mentioned that this topic was forbidden.
I have no intention of removing anything from my blog ─ certainly nothing that is not of my choosing; so those posts have languished until two days ago when I began to republish them here in this website just as those posts originally appeared.
And now here is the post that I had originally published on August 6 (2021) ─ advertisements included. The sole change is that I removed the data for the embedded Facebook video that my wife had posted to her Facebook account, and which I talked about in the post. I removed the data because the video was no longer available and the blank space that remained left an enormous gap in my post.
My wife is going to be happy now ─ a package she has been expecting from Thailand was just delivered around 2:25 p.m., so I texted her to let her know. She’s working a full day today at the Thai restaurant that employs her part-time.
I have mentioned before that she is some sort of agent for products of Thailand’s The iCon Group ─ the products are of a health-related nature (such as Room Coffee, and Boom Collagen). Below is a post related to that which she made just yesterday:
And here is a 13-minute video she also posted yesterday that is also entirely in Thai, and features herself casually eating a meal on the lawn in our backyard while chatting informally as she does so ─ I don’t speak Thai, so I have no idea what she says when she makes and posts these videos:
[This is where the Facebook video would have been if it was still available at my wife’s Facebook account.]
From what I understand, she seems to sell what she gets in stock for less than what other people selling the products here in Canada seem to do. In fact, a Vietnamese woman buys a lot from her in bulk; and there is a young man from another Southeast Asian background who also does not speak Thai, but who found her somehow and buys from her because he knows about the company’s products and has not found anyone less expensive.
So I reckon that she cares about her reputation and the company’s products ─ she certainly uses them herself!
Incidentally, she has no idea that I posted this about her ─ we’re not even Facebook ‘friends’. In fact, I am unsure if she even knows that I sometimes check out her Facebook posts even though everything is pretty much in Thai.
Maybe I will start including some of her posts in my blog from time to time to see if it can somehow help promote her.
But let’s get to me! This is my blog, after all.
I got to bed last evening no later than 9:30 p.m. despite my wife being home. And although I did get some sleep, and rose early into the midnight hour, I had twice checked the time before that during wakeful periods.
I managed to get the work done that I wanted to accomplish here at my computer over the next few hours, and I even watered the plants in the front yard before the night had started to appreciably fade. Unfortunately, I was careless with that watering, and utterly destroyed the only bloom on a lone lily of my wife’s.
The lily is only eight to 10 inches in height, and the bloom was at the very apex of the plant on its main stem. The flower seemed to just open up to the heavens at the top of that main stem, and never really closed up at night like so many lilies seem to do.
In colour, the flower was perhaps an off-white with a tinge of mauve, and had large darker mauve streaks throughout its petals ─ perhaps there were even some mauve speckles.
The hose itself cannot reach all of the garden plants, so I have to have it flowing quite forcefully to attain the farther ones ─ such as the plants in the plot of garden that contains this lone lily.
I am usually careful and try not to direct the torrent of water at any of the plants’ blooms. Unfortunately, on this occasion I looked askance and moved the hand holding the hose just a little too much ─ in a flash, I caught sight of the explosion of petals as the harsh flow of water struck the bloom and utterly destroyed the flower.
I felt so damned bad ─ I still do.
I decided to take a photo of the poor thing at 3:10 p.m. this afternoon:
I got up close enough to the plant that I put my hand behind it to show some idea of how small the plant was ─ I now doubt that it’s any taller than six to eight inches.
However, I could not get the photo taken while holding my iPhone 5 with only one hand ─ I was unable to properly concentrate my fingernail against the photo button and not have that hand encroach into the view field. And ineptly tap the photo icon as much as I did with a fingernail, the icon just would not operate and take the photo.
For some reason, I seem always to have to use the pad of a finger to get the photo icon to function ─ it ignores mere fingernail taps.
It is most annoying.
Incidentally, you can see some of the petals lying below the plant.
You may note that the photo is not exactly starkly bright and clear. In other words, this has not been a day with any sunning opportunities, for it has been primarily overcast. I had even considered not watering the plants early this a.m. because of a chance of some rain.
I probably should not have watered ─ that poor lily or whatever it is would still have a bloom.
But returning to the early a.m., I was back into bed by 5 a.m., I would say. And I remained there until a little after 9 a.m. before rising for the morning.
At 10 a.m. I joined my younger brother for some T.V. ─ a couple of videos that I tuned in via our Android TV Box.
The first was recorded this past Tuesday by Librti.com: The Librti Show Ep. 13 – Mark Friesen (Grizzly Patriot) – The Globalist Agenda.
The video was a little more than an hour long, but it brought nothing new to my awareness. It was designed more for people who need a little help to waken up to what is happening.
The second video was also recorded this past Tuesday by Librti.com: August 3- A MUST SEE Leaked Pfizer Document & UK Orders Excess Body Storage For The Next 4 Years( and More…).
This one was just over a half hour in duration, and featured lovely hostess Odessa Orlewicz. Her central topic was already known to me, for I had read an account earlier this week by Dr. Joseph Mercola detailing the leaked Albanian contract with Pfizer.
However, my brother knew nothing of it, so I was glad that he got some awareness of just how preposterous these pharmaceutical corporation ‘vaccine’ contracts are that each country must commit to ─ it is absolutely insane.
Every politician who indentured his or her nation to contracts like these ought to be tried and jailed indefinitely ─ and that’s at the very least.
This video was to be the last that my brother had time to watch ─ he needed to seek some earlier-than-usual bed rest ere taking off for the afternoon to meet at least one of his drinking buddies to play pool somewhere and (of course) drink.
That left me home alone. My eldest stepson has an afternoon shift this week, and his younger brother had a late-morning start.
I am trying to keep out of mischief, but we’ll see how it goes.
It is not yet 6 p.m., but I am going to stop blogging for today. Maybe I’ll have a beer and watch some T.V.