Here is the picture of our little vigil for Cindy. We stood inside a circle of tealights with our candles in support of Cindy Sheehan and remembered those like her son, Casey, whom had fallen for lies. There may have only been three of us - me, Laura, and her sister, but then you have to remember that the nearest town has an official population of only 18, and we live in a Bible-thumpin' "red" state. But we made sure that those who drove by on the road while we were there knew why because we posted a double-sided sign up on the road and stood where we could be seen by those passing over the bridge over the river.
So, even here in the woods of the Ouachitas, there were a few people who stood up for what they believe in. Hopefully more will continue to swell the ranks. It did feel good to know that we were among thousands of people all over the country participating in a peaceful candlelight vigil.