So much of our lives literally revolves around the kitchen. We eat all our meals together there, sharing the day’s challenges and successes. It served as the school room and the family room for playing games. Plans for the day and the future are discussed and solidified over food and drink. The bills get paid, records are kept and taxes figured there. Seeds are spread on the table while planning the garden and jars are sorted and filled there at harvest time. Quilts and clothes get cut and sewn on that table. Neighbors and friends are always welcome to share a cup of coffee and baked goods of the day. Wonderful memories reside in the kitchen while delightful new, little people come to add their chapters.
The year 2020 has a certain negative conation to it. Pandemic, school shut downs, misinformation, social media control, grocery supplies dropped, business closers. Even with these many negative aspects something great has grown from these events of 2020, gardening.
When you walk in to exercise your so-called “Civic Duty” and quite certain that your party’s “manufactured choice” will save the day, remember what Mark Twain thought of the process:
“If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.”
The front runner gets bashed for saying there should be consequences for breaking a law that doesn’t, and never will again, exist.
News? This is such important news that we have to hear it over and over again? Why??
Regardless of your beliefs on abortion, this is a political issue with an agenda that has nothing to do with choice or life.
“Many people believe that revolution requires that they lead a march, stand in front of a crowd with a bullhorn, or form a militia. They feel like it’s a job for the Alex Joneses, the Adam Kokeshes, the James Wesley Rawleses, and the Bradley Mannings of the world.”
“They are wrong.” …
Daisy Luther over at The Organic Prepper,gives sound advice for rebelling without violence.