...He adores his siblings, greeting each one with a beaming smile and a cuddle in the morning, and very nearly causing civil wars every day due to his varying favorites. He is also in reverent adoration of his dog, never able to approach the gentle creature lest he is with his older sister but also never able to take his eyes off him when he is in the room, thus confusing the dog and his big sister with whether or not he wants to say hi up close or worship from a distance.
...even though 2020 had its nasty sections, when I look past the blood and bruise, past the curses and cries, this was a year where I grew as a human, as a woman, and most importantly, as a Christian.
Which is more important? Having a president who is all of the above and staunchly defends the sacredness of human life--like President Trump has done for the past four years--or someone who acts “presidential,” doesn’t tweet the first thought that comes to mind but actively supports the dismemberment and tossing away of pre-born citizens?
As there are a vast multitude of people who abhor President Trump, along with the mainstream news and large swaths of social media constantly portraying him as a viscous and evil istaphobicphobaphobe, I can understand why its easy to find yourself being deceived by the barrage of negative coverage of President Trump and his administration. But just because you hear "Trump is a racist!" 24/7 doesn't mean it's true...
I've not given much thought to goals or resolutions this year, so this post will act as a generator to conjure up my goals. Maybe reading this will inspire some goals of your own. So without further ado, here are five resolutions/goals I want to see through 2020.