voting

It’s important folks.

We got up, went and picked up my mom and were in line waiting at 6:30 a.m.

There were 204 people in front of us already.

it took us till 8:30 to get done and when we left there were still almost 200 people behind us and more coming in the parking lot.

Congratulations America! You are learning to participate.

Even my tiny little 9 week old baby girl participated. and I have pictures to prove it.

the line when we arrived

the line when we arrived

Ginny got breakfast before we did

Ginny got breakfast before we did

Okay she didn’t cast a vote, she participated by keeping us company in line and being a conversation piece for everyone around us. “wow , shes’ so good!” “I haven’t heard a peep out of her!” “she’s a bit young to know who to vote for eh?” and “Oh what a cutie!”

I would only add this: SOMEBODY should have been out there selling dough-nuts or sausage biscuits. I would have payed some premium prices for some breakfast in that line. Talk about a missed opportunity!

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2 thoughts on “voting

  1. Hem – early voting will solve this early morning food issue. Ed and I voted at noon 2 weeks before. In and out in 15 minutes. Longest part was reading all the local referendums.

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