Donald Trump has been in office 1 year, 96 days, 21 hours and 42 minutes as I write this sentence. My heart and my sense of country is heavy with sadness and doubt.
I’ve been interested in politics since my senior year of high school. I had a teacher than really impressed upon me the importance of knowing your rights as a citizen of the USA. I have never felt as proud of my status as an American until I entered her classroom. She changed my world. I will forever be grateful to her opening my eyes to the world around me. Thank you Ms. Snively! Continue reading “Hope, Faith, Country”
One month ago.
It’s been one month since 17 people lost their lives to yet one more school shooting.
Since 2012, 7000 students have lost their lives in school shootings. Let that sink in. That’s just five years. That’s a blink in time. 7000 lights have been snuffed out.
No progress to stop it has been made…until now.
Today, children all over the US participated in a 17 minute walk out. They have had enough. They are not being protected by the adults put in place to protect them, so they’re taking matters into their own hands. Continue reading “#NationalWalkOut #ISupportYou”
I am so happy January is over. I think I had 7 days off total and 2 of them were due to illness. I’m burnt out. I’m frazzled and I’m overworked. But hey, my check is bigger…thanks to me, we’ll see what happens in February. Continue reading “Nu You…By LizaJane”
I feel it necessary to make this known. I guess I haven’t been very obvious or forthcoming in my views and I would like to rectify that now.
I am registered as a Democrat. But I do not vote down party lines. As a human, I am a complex being. I do not think on a one dimensional level. My views change and grow just as I do. It is in thinking this way that I assume that others are the same way. Yes, yes I know what is said about assumptions but I think my thought process is valid.
Continue reading “Politics Do Not Define Me”
Whether you believe it or not your vote does count. I strongly urge each and every eligible person in the US today to VOTE! The only time your vote doesn’t count is when you don’t cast it during an election. If we all make the choice to vote instead of tuning out we can make a difference.
It starts at the state level. Vote for the councilman, vote for that trustee, vote for that regent, just VOTE! When you make the choice about who you want running your city and your state you decide how the country is governed.
You voice is louder than you realize. You do make a difference.