Tuesday, March 8, 2016
What You're Really Thinking
During a time when the nation honors the memory of former First Lady Nancy Reagan, an elegant woman whose message of "just say no" to drugs helped sculpt a whole generation of youngsters who took her advice either to heart or to nose & bloodstream, we, too, wish to take a moment to remember Mrs. Reagan. Bonus: She didn't make school cafeterias serve healthy foods that kids won't eat.
Nevertheless, I think I know my readers well enough to suggest that, while we should be thinking about Mrs. Reagan's accomplishments and expressing our sympathies. . .
. . .the year 1988 and President Reagan is what many of my readers will be remembering. . .
(Obviously, I'm not popular at funerals)