Vol. 13, No. 17 – May 20 – June 2, 2020 – Mailbox

Printed courtesy of the LA Times and the writer.


Retired DeputyPO ,who is dependent upon swimming to maintain heart health

needs access to private pool to continue aerobic workouts. Previous orthopedic injuries make it impossible to reach goals….. public pools and condo facilities are all closed. Can you help?

Mike Lilly – text Mike 805-218-2186


It’s a virus. Tiny, almost invisible; it lives in our bodies and can make a bunch of people very sick and cause a lot of those people to die.

Not bad for something tiny and invisible.

But we’ve taken on viruses in the past, and we are still around. We will find a way out of this pandemic eventually. People will sicken and many will die, but most of us will still be around when the virus yells, “uncle.” or whatever viruses yell when they give up.

Try to do the smart and easy things that help. No kissing no hugging, wear a mask.

Try funny masks. Maybe they make you laugh and that is better than crying.

Eat ice cream bars. OK they are not medicine, but they sure make me feel better. Maybe for you, too.

Fight the good fight.

Esther Cole


I appreciate your publication because it gives a glimpse of Ventura, particularly the senior section. Happy to contribute.

Patricia Schultz


It’s about time that I can thank you and the staff at Ventura Breeze for the faithful service you give to the people of Ventura. So glad you give us a chance to let you know how we can help. Just a small way to show how much we appreciate this fine paper. Hope it can stay afloat for many more years.

Gratefully Dolores Bray

All that a man achieves and all that he fails to achieve is the direct result of his own thoughts.
~ James Allen

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