So, it's day number 4 in my 5 day work week and, unfortunately, I had read my schedule wrong. It's Monday that's one, lone, single day off before I have to work another 5 days straight. Of course, after that it's 3 off work for before I have another mini-vacation. Anything over 3 days off counts as a mini-vacation in my books. Three day weekends? They're just 3 day weekends.
I turned off my calorie counting for this most of this week because of our Success Sharing celebration. We are being inundated with food and being a grazer, that counting calories simply doesn't work in times like these. Yesterday we had Wendy's breakfast sandwiches all day.... let me repeat that, all day. Their sausage and egg sandwiches were great. I wasn't to wild about the chicken, while there was bacon, the chicken tasted honey dipped. Not for me. Some might find this surprising, but I don't like sweet meat. When I go out for breakfast, my pancakes are always ordered as a side; ain't no way I'm dipping my sausage in syrup.
|This is how you ruin a good sausage
And the white supremacist governor of Georgia signed a very restrictive voting rights law yesterday. And, of course, there was an immediate response from America... and it was far from being one of approval. Those white legislators of Georgia are now playing defense. And, of course, there have been at least 2 legal challenges. There will be more. You see, those legislators want legal challenges. They are praying this bill gets taken to the Supreme Court, where they believe the Conservatives will approve of the racism. That's not going to happen. It will be overturned by a lower court and the Supreme Court isn't going to touch it. They will sit on it for a while, the way they've done with the gerrymandering cases, and then send it back saying it is something the state needs to fix. Or, as in the Pennsylvania case where the State Supreme Court said the Republican gerrymandered map needed to be fixed, they will simply sit back and say the decision has already been made. Oh, and this will take time. The Maryland and North Carolina challenges took a number of years. The Georgia racism is not going to be fast-tracked, so no matter how badly those legislators want to dip their sausages in the syrup, it ain't going to happen soon.