Have you ever heard anyone say they have no regrets? I don’t buy it. Now, I don’t regret the trajectory of my life. I don’t regret where I am and the gifts God has given me. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things I regret doing. Most of those are sins, either of omission or commission. I’m not going into that here. But there is one regret that I have just realized. In college, I worked on Barbara Walther’s campaign for State District Judge. If a couple wants to conceive viagra online india http://mouthsofthesouth.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/MOTS-06.18.16-Register.pdf a child. Remember, not all things can be buy viagra without rx controlled by you. it is better to let some things go so that goodness can get back on the track. You pfizer viagra 100mg can face lot of problems in the future. It viagra online prescription is important to understand the underlying cause for this condition. She is the judge presiding over the FLDS cases out of San Angelo, TX. I really, really regret my involvement now. Not that my sign posting and brochure handing out made that much difference, but it’s the principle of the thing. Principles like, in this country, we don’t remove 400 plus children from their parents, without trials, based on a fake phone call and presuppositions of abuse. That kind of principle.
I’m not going to blog it. More has been said better elsewhere, I’ve particularly appreciated the Deputy Headmistress’s commentary. And when I read stuff like this, while nursing my 16 month old, I get too agitated to type.
But, yeah, I’ve got regrets.