I write this from what is my bed. Others would call it the middle seat of our minivan. I’m covered in mosquito bites. I am really tired of everyone on both sides flinching every time President Trump Tweets or talks or breathes.
People on both sides are so sure they are right. He is either a great guy or a dolt. It is the same thing everyone has said about most all Presidents. Lincoln was fought against, every step of the way with everything he tried to do. We all know how that ended.
Every President is going to have people for and against him. It doesn't matter to me. No, not because I am neither a Democratic or Republican. Not because I don't vote- I do. I have a life to live. I have an Autistic child, an ADHD child, an insulin dependent diabetic wife, and my own personal physical problems which include both PTSD and OCD. At the same time, we are praying every day for a place to live. So, who cares what Trump said or whom he fired or where he eats or who is banned from the military. Quite frankly, unless he helps us with a place to live, I could really care less. I still take online courses because something inside of !even won't let me quit.
This is not meant to be a pity party or anything. I am a man who is tired of the round the clock news about our President. Enough already.
The only thing I really care about relating to him is if he will be able to stop a nuclear bomb from North Korea from entering this country and making us all crispy critters. The only person to walk the face of the Earth who was truly perfect brought pure love, performed miracles, spread the gospel and was set up, tried, and condemned to death by hanging from a cross.
So, don't talk to me about Mr. Trump. I don't love the guy and I don't hate the guy. Quite frankly, if we concentrated less on politicians and more on Christ, this country and the world would be a much better place. President Trump isn't in the van with me when I'm trying, in vain, to get comfortable. Jesus always is though. He is the one helping my family through our plight.
Anyway, just my two cents. May God bless all of you.