LucyBrown Not For Sale, Friends For Life, Run For The Roses, A Last Farewell For Hillary.

Greeting to all and welcome new friends to the EastWing


And so the offers to purchase LucyBrown flood my email. NO! LucyBrown is not for sale. Not for that price or any other price. Don’t need the money, gonna keep the good girl, she’s a bird dog.  A Liver Colored Short Hair Pointer.  Her time to shine will surly come.  I do predict she will  be highly acclaimed, widely renowned in the EastWing future. In the mean time she’s  my little girl LucyBrown. Yet not so little, tripled in size a little less than 2 months.


This Sunday afternoon here at the EastWing, a lifelong bonding process started to develop right before my eyes. I had the privilege to witness the spark of friendship between LucyBrown and Grandbaby Fiona. Two baby girls met. Touched fingers, hugged, held hands, licked chins, hugged again, pulled tails, pulled extra skin, and hugged again.


Fiona and LucyBrown, they’ll grow into a friendship that most will never have the privilege to share with a another animal. It’s only when both are young that a most special  bond is agreed upon by both parties, girl and girl.  Fiona & LucyBrown lifelong friends.


A few weeks ago one of my clients returned from their winter in FL. I kinda rubbed it in that we had 65° in February the same as Florida. Seen these same folks over the weekend and they reminded me that we were now having the missed February weather. It’s kinda cold for the first week in May but oh well, this too will pass. And keep in mind “Summers just around the corner”.


Did you watch the Kentucky Derby? Most do ya know. It’s been a tradition at the EastWing even before there was an EastWing. It’s a Kentucky thing. When they sing the song, everyone cries a little, just remembering that Old Kentucky Home far away. It just wouldn’t be the first Saturday in May if they did not Run For The Roses. Been doing it for 147 years, don’t see a reason to stop now.  It’s the oldest continuous  sporting  event in the United States. They’re kinda proud of that there at Churchill Downs, on the south side of Louisville, KY.


Churchill Downs has a capacity of some 170,000. On Derby Day it’s always full capacity. In fact the day the Kentucky Derby is running, Churchill Downs becomes the third largest city in the state.  It’s Louisville, Lexington and Bowling Green on any other day but come the first Saturday in May, it’s Louisville, Lexington and Churchill Downs.


Been getting considerable email wondering why I’m not writing anything political. Simple reason it I don’t need to. Just set back and watch the liberals  destroy themselves. The  FBI did it. The Russians did it  WikiLeaks did it.


In an interview earlier this week, Clinton said she takes “absolute” responsibility for her loss to President Donald Trump. But during the same interview, Clinton said she would be president if it weren’t for a myriad of reasons, such as: Russian meddling and FBI Director James Comey sending a letter to Congress just days before the election.

“If the election had been on Oct. 27, I would be your president,” she declared.

No one deserves more blame for the election debacle than Hillary Rodham Clinton.”There are four specific reasons Clinton lost the election: her “untrustworthiness,” a poorly run campaign, her private email server and her Goldman-Sachs speeches.

Remember her fainting spell at the 9/11 ceremony? Remember how long it took for her to tell the truth? Remember how that reminded every voter in America that Hillary Clinton’s first instinct is to lie?

Just like she did when she claimed she had taken sniper fire during a First Lady trip to Bosnia. Just as she did when she said she never sent classified documents over her private email server.

Second, her very poor campaign.  Once Clinton labeled Trump supporters a “basket of deplorables,  the election was pretty much over.

Clinton’s decision to use a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state: “It’s basic. The only reason to set up a private email server — and delete some of the emails on it — is because you want to hide something from the public. Clinton never provided a good answer to the simple question, ‘Why would you do that?’”

Lastly, Clinton can blame her tight relationship with Wall Street as a reason she lost to Trump. You can’t be a prostitute on Wall Street and then go to church on Main Street.

“The American public does not want a book from Hillary Clinton. It wants an abject apology. And it wants it for free. She got what she deserved: She lost. Now she needs to shut up and go home.

Nothing would be more pleasant than to never again hear Hillary Clinton’s name in the news. But no such luck.

From the EastWing, LucyBrown Not For Sale, Friends For Life, Run For The Roses, A Last Farewell For Hillary.

I Wish You Well,