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trea·son/ˈtrēzən/ Learn to pronounce nounnoun: treason; noun: high treason; plural noun: high treasons

  1. the crime of betraying one’s country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.”they were convicted of treason” h Similar:treachery
  • the action of betraying someone or something.plural noun: treasons“doubt is the ultimate treason against faith”

In order to be re-elected President, you would do this? I’m listening to our daughter lament to her mother that she has no choice but in class in classroom teaching this semester. She’s worried for her children and her students and herself.

I guess we’ve come to this. We have in our family: teachers, nurses, children, grandchildren… innocents, all at risk for covid. The rising pandemic numbers are being ignored in order to start education and business and pave the path to re-election for your (not mine) fearless leader. It would be akin to executing countless people and risking many more lives. Are we about done here? Less than three months to go. It can’t come soon enough. And, for many, it will never come for they will succumb to illness and die. Where is the fairness? Sometimes the good guys do win. Don’t forget! Evil does not always triumph.


Elle is our indoor cat. No outdoors. She had something happen before she came to Colleen. Who knows? But to get her out, it has to be perfect. She has to feel safe. Skittish? Always. But she has the urge of cow in her and wants to munch something green. Once in a while the urge overcomes her trepidation.