Saturday, October 27, 2012

WE VOTED





19 comments:

Annie*s Granny said...

Great minds, indeed! I hope all of our friends on the East Coast get a chance to do their civic duty. Bah, humbug to hurricane Sandy!

Mary Ann said...

Probably very smart with what might be descending upon you! I hope you are not suffering from the storm this time next week.

1st Man said...

Yes, bad hurricane Sandy! I hope it just blows and goes and doesn't leave any lasting effects.

Glad you and Mr. Granny did your civic duty! It's a great feeling isn't it??

1st Man said...

We're well away from Hurricane Sandy, so no worries for us, but our thoughts are with those on the East coast that might be impacted. I just love to early vote anyway, because you can relax and know that it's done.

Becca M said...

Yay for you! It is a great feeling isn't it? I was so excited to vote in 2008 and I'm just as excited this time around. I voted a couple of days ago. Go vote everyone.

Melina in the UK said...

As an ExPat living overseas, we mailed our absentee ballots already, I'd like to say THANK YOU for voting. I hope we can continue the the policies of the last 4 years, it's been tough but I know it's going in the correct direction so now is not the time to rock the boat, hahaha.

Laurie said...

yey! Let your voice be heard!!!!I hope your candidate wins!Best wishes from Canada!

Marcia said...

We voted yesterday as well. It took us almost 4 hours start to finish! People were in a good mood the entire time. When we came out the line was even longer so you know those folks would be waiting an even longer time. We are in the path of Sandy here outside Baltimore, MD so I think everyone had the same idea: vote early. And I whole heartedly agree with Melina's comment above!

Anonymous said...

Vote and vote often!!!!!!!!
Dianne

Ann said...

Wonderful!! I sent my mail-in ballot last week...GO BARACK!!!

Annie*s Granny said...

Melina, Marcia and Ann.....I'm right there with you!

Casa Mariposa said...

I saw Obama speak four years ago and love how intelligent and calm he is. I'll be voting on the 6th if I have to swim to the damn ballot box. Hurricane Sandy is no match for this voter!

1st Man said...

I've voted in every election since I was old enough to vote. It does feel good for sure! 2008 was an exciting year. I hope it is again.

1st Man said...

Good words, coming from someone overseas as well. Wow, doing your part and voting even from afar. Awesome! Thank you!

1st Man said...

It's fun. I've voted in every Presidential election since I could vote. My candidate doesn't always win, but life goes on and I work harder the next time. I sure hope this election goes well! :-)

1st Man said...

FOUR hours? Wow!! We waited about 20 minutes so it wasn't bad. You're right though, people in line were very friendly. Ironically, we didn't really talk politics. Just bonded together doing our duty. It was very refreshing.

1st Man said...

LOL! ;-)

1st Man said...

I've never done the mail in ballot but that's pretty neat. Glad you voted!! What's they old saying? If you don't vote you can't complain about who's in office, ha. Fingers crossed on this election!!

1st Man said...

Hope you made it through the hurricane ok. You are a determined voter for sure!! I love that!