Tonight was our Creative Sisterhood gathering. I look so forward to having these women come together each month. Everyone was here tonight and it was a wonderful evening.
It feels good to have their energy in my house. They hadn’t been here since I had the floors done. Teresa and Diana had seen them but the others hadn’t.
When the six of us gather, it’s always an amazing time together.
One of the things I discussed tonight was that I am feeling more and more like I do not belong in the US. I’m not sure where I belong, which is why I’m still here, and I may never figure it out and live here the rest of my life, but the actions of our government – not the talk, but the actions – demonstrate values that are completely opposite my own.
And beyond that – the real issue – is that a majority of people in this country agree that these are appropriate values – either by voting or choosing to vote, which is the same as casting a vote for “the winner,” whoever that is. That is what really troubles me – that a majority of the people I’m living with in this nation think this is what’s appropriate for a society.
I have tried to change it and failed miserably. I am at a loss as to what I can do. Majority rules in this country, and what the majority wants is not at all what I want. Obviously, the system is not going to change, so it seems that I must change.
I just don’t have any idea how to accomplish that.