Our Three Words…

I try not to discuss politics anymore than I have to, because I don’t like arguments. Even civilized ones- I just don’t like it. I am glad November 4th has arrived and has passed. I was tired of political commericials and phone calls and being bombarded with politics!  However, I would be remiss if I did not mention a historically significant week in our country in the summation of my week.

Our week in three words:


Our country elected an African American as President. No matter your politics, where you stand on issues or even your personal view of Barack Obama- this fact alone is amazing.

Our country now needs to be in prayer for our new president. He has a lot of work ahead of him.

I read a couple of blog posts this week about the election, that I actually really liked.

One is by a lady named Anne Jackson, who basically said regardless of who our president is we, the people, need to work together to better our country. Her post can be found here.

Also, Beth Moore had a very nice post on her blog this past week as well. You can find that here.

This has been an intense week, and I hope we are able to have a bit of a carefree weekend! Hope everyone has a great one!

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Comments

  1. just wanted to say thanks for reading and for the link!

  2. I’m with you! By the way, I just love your blog. It’s very inspiring, and I try to check it daily (of course mom usually beats me to it and calls me first thing in the morning saying “have you read Cindy’s blog?!” I need to get caught up with ours, but in the mean time I’m really enjoying yours. Miss you all!

  3. Aw, Thanks Mary. That’s sweet of you to say! :) Hopefully we can visit soon and see your new town!

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