"Wow, Mr. Trump you are a genius, building your campaign strategy on Fox News and the National Enquirer."
MegO' suggests nominees for cabinet positions, the Supreme Court and other leadership posts, including Will Smith, Uncle Scrooge McDuck, Hawkeye, Judge Judy, Jeff Bezos and Governor Rick Snyder.
"FBI Director: I liked Will Smith's work in that Men in Black documentary."
Additional topics address his understanding of foreign policy, his ideas for helping Mexico contain its citizens, a comparison of Trump and Putin and an explanation for his changing positions.
"I believe you suffer from strokanesia"
MegO' senses the universal impact of a Trump presidency and shares a series of text messages between God and Satan.
"Yo, God. Satan here. I'm LMBO. Lks like I'm clse to hving a mjor leader with pwer to create a hell-on-earth."
She offers an analysis of Trump's real motive for his participation in the Republican nomination process. In addition, MegO' recognizing the importance of Evangelical support for him, rewrites the ten commandments and eight beatitudes to better express Trump's beliefs.
"Commandment X: You may covet multiple women and many wives."
She completes her brain drain with an examination of conscience for Trump supporters.
"You know Trump is not going to deport twelve million Mexicans, so why do you root for him when he makes these outrageous claims? Is he tapping into your bigotry? Or do you just miss high school pep rallies?"
MegO's storytelling began with her nightly Little Mama and Orville tales for her younger sisters. Once they outgrew her imagination, her story telling skills lay dormant for many years until nieces and nephews were old enough to respond to her new tales. For years, she was a pied piper during Sunday dinners, family holidays and visits with her siblings' families. She was fortunate to have a twenty-year gap between the oldest and youngest of the next generation, giving her a non-stop audience for years.
After decades of involvement in Education and Information Technology, MegO' turned her retirement years toward her story-telling passion and resurrected that penchant for creating believable fiction. Now, hours, days, weeks are spent with fingers attached to her keyboard, translating ideas, insights and memories into words and enjoying the self-imposed solitude writing demands