I just saw something on the morning news that kind of bothered me. The topic of discussion was, "Is it okay to say Merry Christmas?".
Well, in a nutshell, yes it is.
Have we forgotten that we live in America?
Have we forgotten that we are, for all intents and purposes, a free country?
Have we forgotten why our forefathers left England...and that others immigrated to this fine land of milk and honey?
Have we forgotten why so many of our sons have died in years past?
I am famous for my love of America. If someone knocks at the door, I don't have to answer. And if I don't feel like doing it, I don't. It's simple as that. If I check the peephole and there's a piece of formal paper saying that the law has reason to search my house, I might be inclined to open the door and see what the fuss is about. But, I am a law-abiding citizen, so I really have no fear of that happening.
If the phone rings and I don't feel like talking to the person showing up on caller i.d., then I don't answer. Simple as that. Living in a country such as ours gives me that sweet privilege.
If I want to get up on Sunday morning and go to the church of my choice...then I do. And I choose to go every Sunday morning with my family of five to worship the Lord. A Free Will Baptist church to be more exact. We pass a few churches of different denominations as we go to our own...with parking lots full.
My husband works for the citizens of the United States to protect these rights that have been hard-won. He's put in 17 years of his life.....been in places that he can't even tell me about...to insure our children can keep these choices that most take for granted.
I get so....well, pissed off, for lack of a better term, when stupid discussions are held over issues that really aren't relevant to our continued survival as a free country.
If I choose to say Merry Christmas, then I will. If I choose to add my Blessings, then I will.
I live in the UNITED States of America.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND GOD BLESS YOU ALL..........