Hi everyone. It's been pretty much a relaxing weekend for me. Didn't have any plans and as it turned out that was good since I needed a lot of rest. I've been under the weather a bit the past several days and these two days have helped me a great deal.
Went to mom and dad's for their weekly Nascar bbq. My driver Kasey Kahne once again did not win. Carl Edwards won for the third time this year. I'm sitting here at home now watching a documentary on the History Channel about Martin Luther King Jr. who was assassinated 40 years ago this week. So sad that hatred has ruled the day for so long in this country and in the world as a whole. Everyone should be treated as equals whether they be white, black, latino, asian or male or female. I could never understand why people look at others differently just because they may be different than them. No one is the same and everyone is different than the next person no matter what.
It does look to me that the election for nominee for President on the Democratic side is going to end up being Barrack Obama. I didn't vote for him in our primary but I do have an open mind towards the future. I cannot say whether I would vote for him or John McCain in November because I want to know that I am making the best decision with my vote. One thing is for sure I will not waste my vote on Ralph Nader.
So I have gone from racing to racism to politics all in a few paragraphs here. LOL I always knew I was talented. JK So I guess I ought to end this rambling now before I can't stop myself. Hehe I hope you will all have a fantastic and happy week! Luv ya! TTFN
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