I went to church this morning.

When I walked in I was immediately given a judgmental look because I wasn’t wearing a mask. None of my family was.

The problem with that for me is these are people I genuinely respect doing this to me and mine. Respect is earned by the way you are and being true to what you are. And it’s lost when those points aren’t met, I suppose.

This hurts the heart.

I got blocked by someone on Twitter. That person was military. He found it funny that people in Florida were getting Covid, that people were dying. He joked about it. I called him out.

The branch he was in shocked me because I have a high regard for that particular branch. I was army. And there is something special about holding a certain level of respect for another branch and its members. I know many.

It takes all kinds to make a world. It’s amazing how many in the military don’t care about individual rights anymore. We swear an oath to protect the Constitution. Many do not take that oath to heart, it seems.

I’m back on the project tomorrow. I’m going to bed soon.

If you read this, I hope you have the best week at work or in whatever comes your way. We are all in this together. Worldwide.

We need to get back together and stop letting everything divide us.

That’s it. That’s the post.


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