Happy Friday, All!
Of course, I feel better when I T.G.I.F., a little gratitude goes a long way. At least, for me it does! It keeps me humble and appreciative of the good things in my life. At the same time, it allows me … still talking about gratitude … to want to utilize my gifts or talents even interests to the fullest. From another perspective, I wouldn’t shun “fame and fortune” if it came my way, but I am glad to have experienced the things that I have along my journey. In many ways, I have seen the best of the best … and … the worst of the worse!! I’ve met some interesting people along this journey.
So, first of all, I want to give a shout out to my daughter, Ayanna whose son, Caleb Isaac, had his first birthday Wednesday, October 19th. His mother has done a great job, taking very challenging situations and with help from her mother, she gave birth to Caleb in CT and returned there after a short time her in Florida. I was grateful because I got to meet Caleb and hold him … and play with him a bit even. I am proud of her and little Caleb and wish them the best always.
I am sure most of us watched the last debate as we watched a reality show host take the reigns of the American polity and play “his own little game” with it. Trump’s claim that the election is “rigged” is so pathetic that I won’t even attempt to present a logical argument against it, waste of time. For whomever can not see what this character is doing to America, calling the president “stupid” and praising Vladimir Putin of Russian for “outsmarting” both President Obama and Hillary Clinton in international affairs, one should have some serious treatment and self analysis. Why would anyone support such a character, unless experiencing a serious case of ignorance in its most basic form!!? Somehow, I think he will try to drag this thing on … especially if he loses … and maybe damn near hint at a “civil war” atmosphere here in America. I almost don’t want to speculate at what he might do … He is utterly disgraceful, as we watch his decline from “stardom” … and his fall from “grace”, if you will.
Often in life, there is not much we can do in certain situations. But this is one where we ALL are encouraged to come out to vote … and vote correctly! Otherwise, I would say, “wake me when it’s over”! Have a great day and a wonderful weekend!