Peace and Good, Brotherhood
Those of you who follow Blackbutterfly7 no doubt know that in times when we become worn out with so much happening around us, that I get in the mood to encourage.
Snow, snow, snow. I’ve lived in Illinois all of my life through snowy winters, but understand that there are some people in America now who are new to snow. Here’s hoping that they will turn snow banks into snowmen.
Nelson Mandela is being buried. R.I.P.
George Zimmerman’s aggravated battery case is back in the news where he wants to get back with the woman who he claims is a liar.
Some folks are Christmas shopping; others can’t afford to.
Politicians are still fighting. We don’t yet know if the federal government is going to extend unemployment benefits.
And the list goes on.
I also just noticed that the “George and Shellie Zimmerman” menu is not working. (Will try to fix that this weekend.) You can still find posts about George and Shellie by using the “Categories” box located on the right-side border.
So let’s take a break and go back to about 1969. When “Crystal Blue Persuasion” by Tommy James and the Shondells hit the airwaves, some people wondered if there was symbolism in the words. Many years later in promoting his book, Tommy revealed that the song is not about drugs. Crystal blue persuasion is “peace and good, brotherhood.”