Ginny drove Natasha and me to Anaheim, where they informed me that having been sick for ten days the treatment would have no effect and could possibly make things worse. Then, finally, we got a break.
We both started showing symptoms about a week ago, then we got better for a day or two, then MUCH worse. I’ve had a fever of 102F for the last four days and 104F for the last two days.
My mother passed away peacefully in her sleep last Friday evening just a few weeks short of her 91st birthday. She had been suffering for many years from Alzheimer’s Disease…
Hi everybody, I just learned that the latest Moving Back to America segment, entitled ‘Justice’, has been removed from YouTube for ‘inappropriate content’. My immediate thought was to write all of you to thank you for your Membership and allowing me to speak my mind freely, no matter what. It is a source of limitless […]
It has been so very important for me to be at home as much as possible, as this is as hard on my wife as it has been on me.
A personal message from Bill Whittle.
On behalf of my lovely wife, Natasha, ( whose birthday was yesterday) and me (whose birthday is today), I wanted to thank all of you for your support over the years, both financially and (especially) emotionally.
Good Morning Member, March 8 is International Women’s Day — not a huge deal here in the U.S. but bigger than Valentine’s Day in Russia, so I have taken Natasha out to Joshua Tree to celebrate. We will be back on schedule on Tuesday.
Lewis Carroll described her as one of the Furies, the Greek Chthonic deities of vengeance that dwell deep in the depths of hell and plan their revenge on those who dare raise their vicious tempers.
The Bill Whittle Member blog is readable, and writeable, by Members only. You can create your blog post here. To edit or delete it, mouse-over the Connect link in the menu above, and choose Your Content > My Posts.
Due to Christmas travel and work schedules for Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green, this is a good week for you to dip into the archives and watch shows you missed, or you want to see again.