I’ll get up and have my coffee, get ready, and head out.
I’m going to vote first, as is my right.
Then I’m going to travel freely between there and my place of business, as is my right.
I’ll be there for several hours, performing tasks in exchange for a wage I have agreed to, as is my right.
And my employer will let me, or not, as is their right.
Then I’ll come home and enjoy the fruits of my labor, as is my…well, I think you’re beginning to get the point of this.
No matter what happens tomorrow we all need to be on the same page, chapter and verse about what we are as a country.
I know it isn’t going to happen but I am hopeful that some of us can see eye to eye. There are those of us who don’t wish to harm another living soul. To just live peacefully and enjoy what we’ve worked for. Some of us will even help out folk from time to time if we feel it’s necessary. And if it’s welcome.
Watching CBSs EVIL on Netflix. It’s very good. Interesting.
We finished watching Elementary last night. The show had some great heart string pulling moments between Miller and Liu. We became tied to the show because of the back and forth between them and to us the payoff from that relationship made it well worth watching.
But then, I’ve been a Johnny Lee Miller fan since Hackers.
Sherlock Holmes : Look. I’ve never felt any pressure from you that I co-parent. But, your idea that I take *no* responsibility for raising your child is naïve. It’s not that I think you’re incapable of raising a child on your own. Of course you are. But, short of us dissolving our partnership, I’m not capable of not being involved. No-no, not as a child’s father, but as its mother’s friend.
[Deeply sincere and with great regard]
I mean, I’d lay down my life for you. So, if you succeed in adopting a child, I’d lay down my life for him or her’s. It’s as simple as that.
Dr. Joan Watson : Have you thought about what you wanna be called by my kid? I mean, assuming… I get one.[At his surprised silence]