General Hospital viewers know that it is only a matter of time before Maxie's life comes crashing down around her. Her baby daddy Peter has many secrets that will break her heart when they come to light. Right now she believes that her life is going to work out just fine and she and Mr. August will raise the three children together. She has no idea that just around the corner is a series of events that will drastically change her life. Maxie will be alone with 3 children to raise as she tries to move on from the train wreck that is headed her way. If the show goes in the direction it seems to be headed, there is a chance that she might find love again. It's looking like, however, that General Hospital may be trying to set her up with someone unlikely.
Anyone who has ever dealt with a loved one who was in the throes of addiction knows how traumatic it can be. On The Bold and the Beautiful, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood's portrayal of Steffy Forrester on prescription painkillers is right on point. The mood swings, denial, false accusations, irrational behavior, lying, and violence is being done in an accurate manner. Steffy even truthfully admitted the reasons for her pain, both physical and emotional. She never got over losing both Beth and Liam to Hope and now believes Lope is trying to take Kelly away from her as well.
Wednesday on General Hospital there was a chilling exchange between Ned Quartermaine and his daughter Brook Lynn that seemed like deja by to longtime viewers.. The two were talking at the apartment of Detective Chase, where BLQ has been sleeping on the couch since leaving the hospital. Ned tried to talk his daughter into returning to the Q mansion but she refused. Brook Lynn is still angry that her father disowned her over the shares of stock she gave away and ended up in Valentin's hands. Ned has been apologizing profusely ever since his daughter was attacked by Nelle, but she will not accept it. As they were talking on Wednesday, Ned mentioned the relationship between Traci and Edward and implied the past might be about to repeat itself.
The sports world was hit today with the sad news that be in f their own has died.?Legendary football star Gayle Sayers passed away on Tuesday, September 23, 2020 at age 77. He was a giant in his day and continued to be loved by her a fans. Gale Eugene Sayers was born on May 30, 1943 and was both a halfback and return specialist in the NF. He spent seven seasons playing for the Chicago Bears from 1965 to 1971 when he decided to retire. He was nicknamed the "Kansas Comet", when he played college football for the Kansas Jayhawks at the University of Kansas. During his rookie NFL season, he set a record by scoring 22 touchdowns and gained 2,272 all-purpose yards and was named the NFL's Rookie of the Year.
Americans have now just passed the mark of 200,000 dead from the coronavirus. People are weary of all the scientific jargon and conflicting evidence coming from the White House. What is desired and needed is a way to reduce the side effects of this dreaded disease and perhaps boost one's immune system to prevent it or shorten it's duration. Ther possible is something very simple that could make the biggest differnce. Earthing AKA Grounding takes place naturally when you walk barefooted on the ground. You must be outside as walking on the floor of your home will not be beneficial.
The old adage that actions speak louder than words has got to be the attitude during the 2020 presidential election. A strong message must be sent to Donald Trump and the Republican Party that leaves absolutely no doubt that the will of the people has been carried out. Women, people of color and those who are part of the LBGTQ community need to send a clear and precise message to Washington DC. Joe Biden needs to win by a landslide and his victory should leave absolutely no doubt that America has spoken loudly and clearly. There cannot be even one iota of doubt that Donald Trump has been voted out of office by the citizens of the United States of America.