Election Day

A reminder to my fellow Americans:  Tomorrow, November 7th is, besides Occult Pizza’s fourteenth wedding anniversary, Election Day.  Get out there and make a difference.  If you don’t I don’t want to hear you whining! 
 
 

12 responses to “Election Day

  1. I think I’m more aware than I’ve ever been that politics does not have the answers to the malidies of mankind…
     
    But anyway…

  2. Boy I butchered that all over the place…well, anyway, I think you get the gist of what I was trying to say – in spite of the horrific grammar and spelling!
     
    Cutting out’ta here early – Lord willing!

  3. Congrats! Hubby and I celebrated our 33rd this year. They say the first 20 are the toughest. LOL
    Has that L&O (Chevy/Mel) episode already aired? Maybe I’ll catch the rerun. It’s sad, using real life as fodder. Plus, all these actors getting politically involved – the list of actors that I will no longer watch gets longer and longer.
    I believe I’ll start commenting via e-mail, sometimes my computer does not want me to sign in when I visit you. Some spaces do that.
    Again, Happy Anniversary!
    xoxo
    Dana

  4. Hey G, thanks for explaining the picture to me. It’s funny now that I understand it! NOw, horrible of politicians to insult their own men who defend the country isn’t it "" sigh.
    Well, hope you have a good time doing your voting tomorrow! 🙂
    Over here voting means long looooooooooooooooong queues! haha.. Take care and have a blessed week!

  5. Hi mom,
     
    That’s really bad that I missed wishing you on your memorable day.
     
    I was caught up with our project deployment works for couple days and I believe things will ease out by this week end.
     
    I am re-applying for Internet connection and I will be getting it for sure this time.
     
    It’s good to hear about your wedding memories. Don’t you think such moments are something it’s hard to forget? I mean, the wedding day…
     
    hm…
     
    take care mom, I will be back soon in my e-mail.
     
    Adios. Give hugs to granie when you meet her, I will be back soon to her blogs. I’ll just finish this one work.
     
    love, Son.

  6.  Just dropping by to say hello.Oh yes please vote today.That’s a beautiful story below.
    ~~~~~~~Happy Anniversary~~~~~~~~
     As the years pass by they are so beautiful as well. I wish you much love and happiness!!!
    God Bless
    Charlotte

  7. happy belated anniversary…
    :o) smiles are contagious…pass one to people that you love and those you don’t… :o)

  8. Thanks for the kudos ~smiles~
     
    It’s nice in Washington.  We don’t have polls anymore.  They send us our ballots in the mail ~smiles~, so I have already voted.  And I agree with you that everyone should vote regardless of whether on my side or the other side ~smiles~.  It is our civic duty and if our country falls, it will be because of our apathy.
     
    Love,
    Adam

  9. This is the nine year old he is talking about. The loss he is talking about is losing my mother in her rare, exciting, active form into a woman in a wheelchair with no energy and no desire to keep going. I was really eight at the time it happened. I did not turn nine until a month later. The family had just gotten back from the funeral of my 2 1/2 year old cousin, who died during her third open heart surgery. I lost what I thought life was going to be like and had to go day to day. My world was devestated. I made many mistakes on my journey with my family trying adjust to this new life. I felt like my mom had been taken away from me. In fact she spent two full years in the hospital one time, so she was taken from me as a child. Like I said, I made many wrong turns in this journey, but I worked out the anger and found myself alone without it. I went back to school and got my bachelors degree, now I am working on my masters degree. My sister, the four year old at the time is currently working on her bachelors and raising two wonderful boys. We both work with deaf and others who are disabled in our spare time. We do not see people in wheelchairs the same as most people do. We do not see people who have a disfigurement as others do. We do not see addicts as most people do. We do not see those with mental illness as others do. We do not see our troops in Iraq as most people do. We are all human and we are placed on this earth to teach and learn from each other, from everyone not just a select few who think they have all the answers. A doctor is no more or less human than I am, he or she has just paid more money for the knowledge that they have decided to specialize in. They do not have all the answers. Most of the answers are inside ourselves, if we are willing to look for them and face them. Some are not ready to do that yet and that fine, that is part of their learning and part of their journey onto becoming who they are. Live, Learn, Be able to accept where you are and find out where on the map you are so that you know which direction you want to go in to get to wherever it is you want to go.
     
    Alien Hunter’s oldest

  10. Hey Gail, how have you been? so birthday for your little one!! So exciting!! 🙂  she’ll be one. so sweet. 🙂   So what is grandma getting for her precious granddaughter? 🙂
    Well, will head to bed now.Late here.
    Take care and God bless you!
    oh, your question, yeah, I drew the picture, just a rough sketch. I used to enjoy sketching and drawing so much…but it is hard now to focus on anything with two little ones. So my creativity seems to have taken a back seat, and probably comes out a little in blogging, which is why once in a while I have to write crazy poo stories. hahaha… God bless, and hUGs to you and little Bells!!! Happy Birthday to her!
      

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