by Shelt Garner
As summer comes to an end, I feel rather content. At the moment, I am peacefully living in oblivion without anyone being angry at me or there being any overarching chaos in my life. I don’t have any celebrities thinking I’m obsessed with them and I can be my freaky weirdo self in peace.
The key thing about life is to recognize those moments in time when you’re actually happy. And, at the moment, that’s what I am. It’s a peaceful easy feeling.
Now, the question is, of course, how long will this last? Well, logic would say that the moment summer is officially over and all the wealthy Twitter liberals are done doing butt stuff with anonymous Plebes at Burning Man that chaos will return, at least until Election Day. Then we’ll spend a few days processing the 2022 midterms — what ever they may be — then we’ll all zone out again until the new Congress is sworn in sometime in January.
Of course, throw in Trump either being indicted, announcing is 2024 bid, becoming Speaker of the House or a combination of all three.
But, for the time being, I think I’m going to soak up this peace and contentment.