Sunday, August 16, 2009

Mosaics on Monday…and a Metamorphosis of “Me”

Help, I’ve fallen into an alternate universe and I can’t get out of it…

I’m not a political activist…but I find myself fighting for my country at the age of fifty-seven. I believe grand babies and helping my children is what I should be doing now. I don’t want to be going to tea parties, rallies and political town meetings. I want the people that we hired to do their jobs and keep this a wonderful although imperfect country. I am lulled into an alternate universe….so now I have to begin campaigning, voicing the views of my family members since they all have to work, I have to protest, I have to go to political rallies, I have to test my endurance for marches on Washington… I have to be grateful to my God and my parents for giving me the courage to face my enemies…those who I lazily voted for and didn’t ask the hard questions of. I have to show my love for the country that so many heroes gave their lives for and fight to get it back. I have to fight for my God…and I can, it won’t be easy and it certainly isn’t what I’d like to be doing right now….but I will, right here on my little corner of the country. A commenter referred to my little town as “Mayberry USA” and I think that is a pretty good description.

Go here for a local news column concerning the event that my photos depict.

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I think that I have some great company for my new journey…

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Heroes, everyday people, old, young….most of all passionate!!!

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Passionate about their God, their morals and their country…

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No rich people, no famous people, no celebrities….just honest, moral, hard-working everyday people…..with a passion for life, love and liberty…

Please God, bless us in our pursuits, for among us are true believers.

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Mosaic Monday at Little Red House

Met Monday at Between Naps On The Porch

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