Today’s Bible Reading- Psalm Chapters 88-92 & Romans Chapter 10 Verse 1-Chapter 11 Verse 16.
Good morning, my friends. I hope you’re well. I am officially cold-ridden. I’ve been up since 3:50 this morning with the usual symptoms. Since I don’t want people to think I have the ‘Rona, I shall be ordering groceries through Instacart today.
I hope you were able to watch some of the cyber symposium yesterday. It was all very fascinating. I missed the first bit because I was out getting Mom’s prescriptions. I also had the oil changed in the Blueberry and I picked up some extra planters at Lowe’s. I’ll have to get a picture up of the planters. I’m debating whether or not to start planting the herbs. I can always bring them in the house over winter. I don’t know. Decision making isn’t something that should be done when you’re ill.
That last bit of the symposium was very interesting. Turns out it wasn’t planned that way. From the information that was presented, the Secretary of State (SoS) in Colorado is framing a Clerk of Court and saying she’s leaked passwords and whatnot. Not true. That password she claims the clerk has leaked is actually a password only the SoS and her staff have. So the clerk contacted Mike Lindell, and he got the clerk on a plane to come to South Dakota and talk about what she was experiencing in Colorado. On her way there, she gets notified that her office was being raided at the demand of the SoS. I’m telling y’all. A movie plot isn’t this crazy. These globalists are absolutely nuts. This particular Secretary of State is rolling in funding from the chief crazy man himself, George Soros.
That poor clerk, though. She’s had threats made against her and her staff. It’s just ridiculous. I hope they can get her somewhere safe. Anyhoo. One of Brazilian President Bolsanaro’s sons spoke as well. The parallels between how his father was treated and how President Trump was treated is astonishing. This whole thing is worldwide. It’s not just the United States. I found out my own state, although still a Trump win, had 200,000 votes stolen from us. I think our political system needs a thorough cleaning out. The corruption is all the way into the local levels.
In other news, we had a thunderstorm last night. I don’t know how big it was because I fell asleep, but I do know there was lightning. Today our high will be 92* with a 50% chance of rain this afternoon.
Supper last night was actually pretty tasty. I made chicken fajitas. I boiled the chicken first and then let it cool in the fridge. Then I just tossed it in the skillet with the peppers and onions and some fajita seasoning until the peppers and onions were soft and the chicken was heated through. I also put in some lemon and lime juice for extra flavor and moisture. Mom enjoyed it. I did too. We each had two fajitas and there was enough left over for one. We were both stuffed, so I put it in the fridge. I may have that for lunch. Breakfast is going to be something hot. Grits, maybe. I have plenty of hot tea I can make. I have lemon and lavender, lemon and ginger, and another flavor I can’t remember. I also have Vick’s. The cure-all. I have my vitamins and some elderberry. I’m good to go. I keep stuff around just in case.
I’ll probably keep the sugar intake to a minimum and just focus on wholesome, hot food and drink. I even have some chicken bullion, so I could potentially make me some soup. Either way, it’s a rest day today.
If you want to watch the symposium, it’ll be on Real America’s Voice at 10am EST (Eastern Standard Time), I found a live stream on YouTube as well. Click here to go to that link. Also, you can catch the symposium up at http://www.frankspeech.com. Love you all and until next time, stay safe my friends. ❤