I'm washing sheets and putting on the new ones of course.
A couple of interesting things about how our very rich country spends its money:
1. In Philadelphia, studies show that one in five homes doesn't have enough food for a baby or toddler and one of every dozen young kids are outright hungry. They have also found that when kids are hungry, they are more likely to get sick and be hospitalized.
2. Among D.C. residents known to have HIV/AIDS, one in four lives in wards 7 and 8. But since 2004, the city gave just 6 percent of $100 million in AIDS funding to nonprofit groups east of the river. What's special about wards 7 and 8? Most of the poor and black people in DC live there.