Well, I helped, anyway.
I’m going to keep this short — I’ll probably post more about it tomorrow.
Every Sunday for the last year and a half, a friend of mine and his wife have been making soup for the local freeze shelter (that’s a shelter that takes in homeless people when the weather is cold). Well, this past week, my friend was told by the Health Department that he could no longer provide soup to the shelter because he didn’t have a commercial kitchen or a permit.
This upset my friend, and as people often do, he posted about it on Facebook. And we were rather annoyed for him.
After doing some research, my friend discovered that although he couldn’t take a whole pot of soup down to the shelter, there was nothing illegal about an individual taking a single serving of soup to another individual.
See where I’m going with this?
So, tonight, I participated in some civil disobedience. Yes, it was technically still not legal for him to serve the soup, but since individuals delivered it, it was okay.
Well to me, and the rest of us who pitched in, it was perfectly okay. Matter of fact, a good time was had by all.
Anyway, that was my first act of rebellion since college. Felt good. Might have to see what else I can get myself into…