Monday, November 3, 2008


I am tired of politics and refrain from posting about them here. I went to vote last Friday. Actually I went last Monday too but the line was 1 1/2 hours long so I decided to try another day.

Then yesterday I read this post on FaerieMama's blog. Doesn't matter which side you're voting for it's a great read. I love reading about hope.

Which ever side you're on...just remember to go vote.


Kristina P. said...

I just verified my polling location!

Dinah said...

We have it all set up...hubby goes before work in the A.M. and he comes home at noon so I can run out quick and vote. Gotta get my red, "I voted" sticker!!!

LaDawn said...

I've found a surefire way to get through the voting line quickly.
I just bring at least 4 of my boys with me and before long, people are begging me to go in front of them.

Alyssa's Mom said...

Jeff & I are taking Alyssa with us tomorrow. She has shown alot of interest in the election so we are taking her to the polls with us.

I'm praying that it doesn't back fire on us!

I'm super swamped/stressed at work. I promise to blog soon!


Holly said...

I'm going in the AM. Planning on taking the Butterfly along and teach her yet another way you can spread your wings.

FaerieMama said...

Hey Lisa! Great minds think alike! I did a "vote" post tonight too! And thanks for the mention of my post in yours. I love that one too. No matter who you are behind, you have to agree, the man knows how to inspire :)

Muppet said...

Thanks for your comment! Half the time I just think I'm babbling to myself. :)

Was that not history last night, or what? My chills haven't yet subsided.

You probably know this already - but Proposition 8 was voted "YES", 52% to 48%. I'm a little in shock... But there are a lot of conservative little pockets in California, sadly, and you should've seen some of the commercials they had - they tried to convince the public that they would be teaching Gay marriage classes in school ( ludicrous).

BUT apparently there are still opportunities for it in courts, and they can't overturn already existing marriages... I'd be interested to see how many people got married this last Sunday/Monday.

Long Comment! Sorry! :)