Saturday was our school's Christmas Fair. I enjoyed helping, as did my three older girls. Here is Miss Middler posing with Santa and his elves.
"I am honestly and sincerely grateful that (after 150 years when our country viewed African-Americans as non-equal humans) we have elected an African-American as President. My regret is that the man America chose has not been honest and transparent about his past, does not view unborn Americans as humans with the right to even take their first breath (in the same way his race was wrongly viewed 150 years ago), and does not have enough concern about our children and future to stop spending money we don't have. My vote has been cast against him, and I pray for God to have mercy on a nation that cries freedom and kills its babies."
I have been accused once before of being a single-issue voter. While I would disagree and do consider many issues, I have always thought that if our little babes, not yet born, could vote, they would most certainly be one-issue voters.
I'll be watching the results, 8000 miles away.