Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Jury Duty

Have you ever had Jury Duty? Well, this is my first experience with such a blessed occasion. So far, our primary duty has been to stare the gray paint off the walls of the Jury Assembly room. It's been a blast(note sarcasm). Now please don't bash me for being umpatriotic because I'm not enjoying my experience. I understand and respect that it is my civic duty as an American citizen to report for Jury duty when called. That being said, I would much rather be in the court room deciding the fate of anything instead of being in a holding pattern with 50 other dutiful citizens. My complaining aside, I do appreciate the fact that in this country we do have the right to receive a fair trial, and for our fate to be decided by a group of our peers. We are very fortunate to have that right. Anyway Romans 8:28 is still in my Bible. "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose." I guess that goes for Jury Duty as well.


Alan said...

It sure does sister! I feel better knowing citizen's like you are making $12.00 per day "staring the paint off the walls". Love you! Dad

Joan Carr said...

You really are your Daddy's daughter. It sounds just like something he would say. Hang on Friday is coming and God will sure you through.xoxox Mom