I Voted

but I didn’t get a purple finger. I hadn’t realized that I was emotionally attached to those purple fingers till I pulled out of the parking lot and realized I didn’t have a thing to show that I had voted today. I’ll remind my students at the college to vote today.

The Ladies’ Bible class, after it was over, about ten of us sat around with a list of the propositions and the arguments for and against and decided which way we would vote. (Okay, it wasn’t totally consensus, but we did a bit of arguing and generally agreed.)

R said he wasn’t going to vote. I was sad about that. I hope he does.

So, it’s done. I’m a member of a democratic republic. And I have taken advantage of the freedoms given to me by our soldiers all over the world. Thanks to them and you for upholding our laws.