Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, avoiding the word “coup,” has said there was an “illegal seizure of power” and that military action was “being taken without the chain of command.”
I want our voices to be heard. I want those who commit these crimes against innocent people to hear us as we mourn. I want them to see us as we come together in the wake of tragedy. I want them to be flabbergasted as they see us gather together in love, not in hatred.
On June 28th, 3 attackers opened fire and bombed Istanbul Ataturk Airport, killing 41 and injuring 239. This comes as the eighth attack in Turkey in the last year.
This is a note for all those who’ve cried, “That’s it. I’ve lost faith in humanity,” or wept, “I give up. There’s nothing I can do to help.”
The list goes on in other countries and the results are the same. But with tragedy comes a sense of unity and strength and standing strong against threats while rebuilding a nation in the process is not only commendable but something we, as Americans, are familiar with after attacks of the same kind.
Cooking a turkey isn’t hard at all. It is easy. It is one of the easiest things to cook that you could ever cook.
Just in time for Thanksgiving.
I think I have the solution.
This is the only time of year when the vast majority of us stop caring what we look like underneath our ugly sweaters.
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