I do my share of moaning and groaning around here. Just yesterday, I whined on my Facebook account that I had to decipher the difference between our new medical ID card and our pharmacy ID card. Gee, it's rough livin' in the ol' US of A.
Am I the only one who feels:
You know what I mean. We are wealthy. We live like flippin' kings with our big cars, our big houses, our fast food and drive through Starbucks.
Our children have laptops, ipods, and shoes of which the cost could feed a family in Haiti for a week.
I'm a schmuck. But so are you. You know you've done it too. Wanted more - even though you have MORE than enough.
We live in the land of plenty and although there are those who would like to constrict our freedoms, we've still got it pretty good.
Our children go to sleep with a full stomach.
We have clean, running water.
The right to vote (and I certainly hope you DO vote).
Since we have so much, maybe we could share some of it. Haiti needs it's neighbors to lend a hand. It's times like these that you find out who your friends are.
You know what to do.
So do it.