I've been working hard all day long, but I'm not sure I accomplished much.
Church, of course, was great as always.
Pastor Matthew Hagee talked about Living the Truth. (John 8:31) He and his father were very excited about the election and had high hopes that things would move back toward Godliness in America. They had a lovely orchestration of all the military songs, and they asked each member of the applicable branch to stand as it was played. Really something to see how many people were Veterans. There was loud applause for them all.
I am working on a project for my Sure-fit Designs readers. Hopefully, I will have it done tomorrow and can post the videos and pictures. I am really happy with the way everything turned out. My videos are anything but professional or complete, but they might charge your Designer battery a bit.
Phylly told me that my comment about Sgt. Tahmooressi was very upsetting to her.
I apologize to anyone who I may have upset. I have removed it.
I have the utmost respect and admiration for our volunteer military! My grandson is in the Army.
I didn't mean to convey that I didn't care about the Sgt. or that I thought he was a bad person. My only thought concerning his behavior was that he probably should not have had several LOADED weapons in his vehicle -- whether here in the US or somewhere else. I don't know. Maybe it is common for soldiers to do that. I find it hard to believe that a Veteran with PTSD would be given a permit to carry guns.
I have a permit to carry, and I certainly would not carry several loaded guns in my car. I can see one loaded gun for protection, but not several. I guess he was moving, but still. I don't see how that justifies it. And my real point was how Greta talks incessantly about a subject, and recently, it has been the Sgt. I am very glad for him and his family that he is back home. My comment was really about how the news is the same thing over and over and over, and now that the election is done, I hope it will change to something positive and uplifting.
One can hope!
And YES, thank God for Fox news and reporters like Greta who are tenacious enough to shed light on darkness.
Guess I'll call it a day.
Wishing all my readers a fabulous week ahead!