Wherever it is that you are, welcome to “Wherever it is that we are.”
Wherever it is that I am, I am wondering what my next blog post is going to be. Initially, I was planning on calling this post “I’m not here” because of this …
… contrasting that with my blog post of almost exactly a year ago “I’m here.”
But apparently that was neither here nor there, because then I found today’s title in this captured image from The New York Times online:
Wherever it is that we are, as expressed during the first night of the U.S. Democratic National Convention, is a place that is
- grieving, and
- laser focused on November 3, 2020.
Wherever it is that I am, I know that election day in the United States is November 3, 2020.
Wherever it is that I am, I am taking photos for this blog.
Wherever it is that I am, I see astonishing things, like somebody seeming to walk on water, people celebrating important events like graduations, family members cooking with love, somebody exercising their right to vote (in an early local election), and creatures being wherever it is that they are.
To quote Michelle Obama quoting Donald Trump, it is what it is.
This is what I was listening to wherever it was that I was yesterday:
Wherever it is that you are, please consider leaving a comment about that.
Wherever it is that we are, I am always grateful to be here with YOU.