Not every where, but in a few place about the yard.
Now I sit on the front porch having coffee as it has started to rain. Not heavy but a fast tinny patter on the tin roof.
The hummers are feeding. The sparrows are in the driveway pecking at Chance's leftovers and a large serving of the Wild Bird seed Ibordered on the second.
My flag is up and tucked away from any rain.
Today I will be reading A Short History Of The American Nation by John A Garraty and American Spring by Walter Borneman about the American Revolution.
In the back of the first book is the Declaration of Independence and the entire Constitution of the United States.
I try to read them both at least every few years. Especially since Ddil became a citizen, which I attended.
Some of my favorite memories are of running my hand down the crack in the side of the Liberty Bell. Even as a child these moments have never left me.
I think having lived from coast to coast and border to border and visiting cemeteries such as Valley Forge, a Civil War cemetery in Georgia, and living and driving by the Texas cemetery where Steven Austin is buried have a large impact on my understanding of war.
They were all on American Soil.
I'ts hard to ignore the fact that the Earth is at risk. That all life is facing momentous change.
Today I will pray not just for America but for the world and all life upon it that it not too late to save the Earth.
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