I am thankful we have our Farm.
I am thankful for all the animals.
Food ones, pets, working animals.
All of them.
I am thankful that our animals have no idea of what’s going on out in the world.
I am thankful that it will stay that way.
I am thankful that we can grow our own food.
I am thankful that we can grow *a lot* of our own.
And that we can preserve it for winter.
And the the bulk of our veggies come from heirloom plants that I can save seeds from.
It’s getting uglier out there.
I read a FB post today where a local business, a computer repair guy, is literally demanding people show him proof of their c-19 shot in order for him to render services.
Anyone who isn’t willing to prove they’re had the shot, or show proof from their doctor that they can’t have it, will not be able to use his services.
My head is reeling from this.
People are congratulating him, saying it’s the “right and responsible” thing to do.
Did I not say medical discrimination was coming?
And who the eff does some computer tech guy think he is that he’s demanding access to personal medical records??
But this is what we’ve become.
The govt fosters this attitude with their pushing of shot passports to travel and attend events.
It won’t be long before it’s to work, to get health care, to buy groceries.
And anyone who might be hesitant or flat out can’t get it is discriminated against.
Think I’m wrong?
Again, people are *praising* this guy for medical discrimination.
At no time in history when humans have set a random group of people apart as “other” and “undesirable” has it ever turned out well.
We are on the brink of it happening again.
Whether people want to admit it, choose to see it, or not.
And I am grateful that, in the very least, I can take care of my family.
For how long?
I don’t know.
Sharing with Brian’s Home for Thankful Thursday
(and I really am thankful, even if the post has a bit of a doomed tone to it)