But, I think this is worth your time. The following is a segment of a column by Rush Limbaugh, on where we go from here,
'We Must Decide Whether We Want To Save America'
'Going forward, we must decide whether we want to heal or persist in endless conflict and racial acrimony. We can’t legislatively purge evil from men’s hearts — but we can and must pray to the God of all creation and of all precious human beings to expunge racial conflict and distrust from our souls, and to heal this land. I believe we’ve made enormous strides on racism, and let’s not allow the naysayers to take that away from us.'
The rest of his column is at the clickable link below. While his columns seems to be mostly about how to heal racism, the same process will work for the other divisions ripping us apart politically, pray. I do, every day.
On another note, we had a pretty good July 4th. It was also our 45th anniversary. We usually go out and have a nice meal at our favorite steak house. However, things are shutting down again and we decided to stay in. At first I was going to grill us a couple ribeyes but 'K' wanted to do something else. Our kids usually go to another family's July 4th celebration, but this year with the chinaman flu it was a no go. So we she wanted to invite them over and order some pizzas. Only problem with that was our favorite pizza place was closed and so were every other one in the area, except Domino's. Now I remember why we stopped getting their pizza. Not too good. But at least we were able to visit and have fun and watch the grands play.
Earlier last week we availed ourselves of the senior hours at Costco. We never had before but thought we would try it and see how it was. I think everyone else had the same idea. There was a line to get in. Not long and moved pretty fast. Later that week 'K' went to HEB grocery for a curbside pickup. We were trying to avoid and exposure to the increase in the kung flu that has been going on. 'K' did the pick up without me and she says there was a long line to get inside. It appears the fear of another shut down is causing some more panic buying. Or at least trying to get more prepared than they were the first time around. WE are also a little bit guilty of buying extra, but we have been doing that all along. We also ordered another fridge for the garage. That is the one are we were probably most weak at, fridge and freezer space. Nothing extravagant. It will be here on the 10th and we can then work on filling that up.
I've got a dental appointment and an ophthalmologist appointment this week. Just routine visits but I will get set up to have a dental implant started. I need to get taht hole where that broken tooth filled in.
Hope y'all have a good week. Happy Trails