It’s Morning in America

Our friend Jeff is almost as good at being snarky as I am! But today he celebrates some of the good things that have come about this week, and he does it so well that I just had to share. Thanks, Jeff!!! Happy Thanksgiving!

On The Fence Voters

After a more than two week nationally televised hissy fit from the Mad King, it’s finally over. The sore loser, in a tweet, of course, released his stooge lapdog at the General Services Administration (GSA) from her blind devotion to him – allowing the official transition of the incoming Biden/Harris administration to commence.

It’s morning in America, my friends. Yes, we have another two months of the current loser president to put up with, and there’s no doubt the lunatic can do a lot of damage in the interim. But it’s over for him, whether he accepts it or not.

Already this week, President-elect Biden announced some major nominations to his upcoming cabinet, initially in the area of national security. The wealth of experience, competence, and diversity is on full display – including Avril Haines, who would be the first woman named as Director of National Intelligence, and Alejandro Mayorkas…

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4 thoughts on “It’s Morning in America

  1. Thank you for sharing!!.. every morning is a good morning that I wake up on the green side of the grass and watch the sun rise… you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with peace, love and happiness!!.. 🙂

    What am I thankful for?… 🙂

    Thanksgiving has arrived
    Another year as gone bye,
    Been busy chasing dreams
    Living life..time did fly,

    A time to contemplate the past
    A time to give thanks…they say,
    To relive treasured memories
    Of each and every passing day.

    Thanks for letting me feel love
    Be it joy, or be it heartache,
    To know someone’s love
    A treasured feeling their love did make.

    Thanks for letting me live life
    To explore, to follow one’s dream,
    To seek out and live every adventure
    Not enough time in the day… it did seem.

    Thanks for letting me meet friends
    To share thoughts of love, hope..perhaps a tear,
    And by going down the path together in friendship
    Doing away with hate, anger….and fear.

    Thanks for giving me the courage
    To follow my own path…to be me,
    To not follow someone else’s path
    To live my own….. reality.

    Thanks for giving me an open mind
    As I venture down the path… allowing me,
    To gaze upon life’s treasures, large and small
    That many others do not see.

    Thanks for giving me an open heart
    Able to love, understand and forgive,
    And when I grow too old to dream
    A place where my memories will live.

    Yes, I have much to be thankful for
    And every day the list gets longer… you see,
    As I venture down the path least traveled
    Searching for what destiny… has waiting for me.
    (Larry “Dutch” Woller)

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