I've been thinking about my boss a lot today. Hopefully, I will see him for a few minutes tomorrow, along with a couple of people I work with. That is our plan, anyway. He is very sick and, I fear, near the end of his illness. I used to go into a real tailspin over things like this, questioning my faith and why it is that God would allow such things to happen? I don't do that so much anymore, because I have spent a little time in God's Word and know that we live in a fallen world where the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23). There is a great comfort to be had in the latter part of that verse, because it tells us that we have a gift coming our way.
I was watching Bill O'Reilly this evening as he interviewed Tony Orlando, who has agreed to perform at the Armed Services Ball. Not only is he doing it for the veterans, he is doing it for America -- out of respect for our tradition of a peaceful transfer of power. He made it clear that, had Hillary won and asked him to perform, he would do the same. It is not a partisan thing. It's about America, not an individual. Bravo, Tony. A true patriotic American.