Today is a tough one!

Today I am so thankful for all of the men and women who have served our country. Those men and women have seen and done things that I cannot ever imagine. While right now as I type there are people rioting on the streets and burning our flag that these men and women have shed blood to keep it flying. I just don’t understand it. How can you. It be thankful to live in a country that allows you to raise your family by your own standards, work hard and earn your own property and exercise your right to freely vote on the candidate of your choice to lead this country. I could live in a country that allows none of that. We are lucky! I am thankful for ALL of those freedoms and the men & women who have protected it. But today is a tough one. You see I miss my most favorite veteran of all…my daddy. Yes, I’m 47 but right now I want more than ever to get up, go next door,  crawl up in my daddy’s lap and him to just tell me it will all be ok. Do you ever have days like that? Today’s my day. I could crawl up in my mama’s lap she wouldn’t mind but she wouldn’t be able to breathe either! 😂😂

During this whole battle for my life & health I have tried to be positive. I haven’t always accomplished it but I’ve tried. I just need my daddy to tell me it’s going to be ok.  I know this will not happen so I am going to take some advice that someone gave me years ago. When the person you need is not spiritually there put Christ in their place. Great advice isn’t it?!? So today I am prayed up and my Heavenly Father has assured me that it will be ok. I am claiming healing in the name of Jesus! I know all will be ok and I am one day closer to seeing my daddy and my Heavenly Father! 

Today, I might be a little sad because I miss my daddy but I’m taking my mama, loading up the truck and going shoe shopping. We have a wedding coming up and we want to look cute. This should be fun! After all, I’m sure she is missing him too! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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