Wednesday, November 7, 2012

I Voted!


Election Day Instructions
 
1)  Drive or walk to polling place
2)  Stand in line for a bit
3)  Vote
4)  Get "I Voted" sticker
5)  Get a little teary-eyed on the way out*
 
*The process gets to me (in a good way) every time...



13 comments:

  1. An important day in your country, no doubt.

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  2. Yesterday was a big day! I had an adventure voting as the only sign greeting voters declared the building was shut (still no heat)! But a kind stranger gave me a ride to the new venue. So important to vote...

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    1. Wow!! You are one dedicated voter. Good for you. I always feel like everyone is so friendly in the voting line - your area has taken it to a new degree of friendliness!

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  3. I voted too! Postal ballot. Brilliant to be able to vote even though I am far, far away. Good message, Adele.

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    1. That's great, Lauren. I hadn't even thought of that for you. The whole mail-in ballot thing has really improved things. I actually had one, but didn't get it mailed on time, so I saved a bit of time in the line when they saw my envelope and waved me in.

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  4. Me too. It alwys makes me feel good.

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    1. Doesn't it. It's when the lady hands me the little "I Voted" sticker, and I'm walking out.

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  5. It's a great thing to be able to vote. I get emotional about it, too.

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    1. I guess I'm not alone! :-)

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    2. I hope SC blogs about her voting emotionality one day.

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