I have seen the light, Ron Paul in 2002, Ron Paul NOW.

These videos should be watched by all, not just Americans.  We are all humans first. Remember that. The people and the governments are two different things.

I offer apologies to any of you out there who genuinely miss the Orples.  They are out playing today, as I thought their tender ears; their innocent souls, if you will,  need not be exposed to  ‘adult’ issues, since in truth, they are only fictional characters, a creation of my imagination, and they need not be present for me to present this post offering to anyone who cares to listen today. It is important to separate truth from FICTION.

This is important, and unless we as HUMAN SOULS do something, SOONER, rather that latter, it may well be too late. We have it within our beings to peacefully reclaim our freedoms —- worldwide, by simply saying ‘NO’.  The issue that haunts us all, the issue at hand involves REAL humanity and the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, as are given to us by a higher power. Call that higher power what you will, but over the past two weeks, my higher power has had my attention. I hope, too, no matter what nation you live in, you will tune into your higher power too. Something is NOT right.

The above is a speech that Dr. Paul made on the floor of Congress in 2002. Watch it and you will  see how right he was , here, twelve years later.

Now … before the fact, let’s see what Dr. Paul’s upcoming predictions are. ….

Think about it.

I will be taking a break for awhile. It is not because I don’t care, or I don’t genuinely care about those of you I have come to know via cyberspace. It is because I have been sidetracked by some ‘real’ issues that need my immediate attention. I will try to be back soon with the Orples. In the meantime, blessings to you and yours are being sent to you all.


The Orples Remember Donna Douglas

I think given all of the joy that Donna Douglas has given to me throughout the years in playing the role of Jed Clampett’s daughter, Elly May, she could be given a proper farewell.  Feel free to gather ’round the children for some clean, fun, family entertainment as we say goodbye to Donna (in this physical world that we live in).

Donna Douglas--- another star has fallen. May she RIP
Donna Douglas— another star has fallen. May she RIP

The Orples and I will start adding a link to The Ode to Jed Clampett: The Beverly Hills Theme Song, to set the mood.  This might just be my all time favorite song. Please enjoy.

After that I  hope the next attachment, a 24 minute episode of the Beverly Hillbillies (Elly goes to school) will introduce those of you who are unfamiliar with Donna’s work and why we all so fondly remember her.

While Donna has more credits than those obtained through the sixties and early seventies playing the role of Elly May, she will always be Elly May Clampett to me.  May she RIP.