I’m in Seattle, with my family of origin. The Fourth of July was always quite the event at our house in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, so we tend to gravitate toward each other to celebrate our nation’s independence.
I love my country. I love my freedom. I love my planet.
I remain committed to doing what I can for a verdant future, just like Bill and Melinda Gates on public radio.
On America’s two hundred, forty-second birthday, I celebrate you America, and everything that makes us great.
We are a tapestry of diversity.
I’m always looking for ways to approach difficult conversations, expand minds, engage and share my passion for tolerance, diversity, education and healthy food access for all.
Lucky for me, California is a coast full of like minded individuals who all want the best for our future, our children. We stand strong in support of fare wages, affordable colleges for everyone, and humane immigration practices.
I love it here, and I vote!
So I won’t get TOO political, because, I’m a cook. But I got opinions, a hankering to share and I’m ready to hit the streets in defense of this amazing nation. I too, am a dedicated patriot to the United States of America.
So without getting political, happy 242nd birthday America.
And here’s my two cents:
Immigration is not a problem.
Women have good ideas, we should listen to them and elect them to public office as much as we possible can.