We're trying to get some landscaping done before winter hits. Like last year, there are some better days than others to work outside. The boys are making hay while the sun shines. Eventually this will tie into the area where the pool will be, there's just such a steep slope that there's a lot to do to make it easy to walk around the house. I'm looking forward to being out of the dirt and weeds.
It's here, finally after years of campaigning we can caste our vote to elect the president of the United States. Our biggest and best way to tell our politicians how we feel about the last 8 years. It's the most important thing you can do today, forget everything else, this is your opportunity to be a part of the process.
I voted this morning, taking only a half an hour. Andrea went early; she was at the polls at 6:15am and there were people already in line. She was the third person to vote and when she left, the line stretched around the church.
A few things to remember: bring ID, be patient, and it is your right to vote. Don't take no for an answer, if they question your identity, you can sign an affidavit, at the least you should ask for a provisional ballet.
I hope the interest in this election renews the political process. I'm so happy to have the opportunty to vote.