Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
I assume that last photo is of a campaign worker who has given his/her all.
I hope it IS over tomorrow!
Me too, Katy -- if we have a long and hotly disputed battle over the results, it's going to be just awful.
I fear it will not be over soon. We've got several variants of the hanging chad this year as voter suppression ran rampant.
He likes dogs--that's nice :)
Amen! Living in a swing state(VA) the phone calls have gone beyond annoying straight to harassment. If we are ever a swing state again, I'm unplugging the phone, TV and radio!
That last photo just plain made this series!And, yes, this is going to be ... interesting. I went ahead and took tomorrow off, too, because I suspect I'll be up late tonight awaiting results. And, tomorrow, I shall probably be hung over after either a victory celebration (I've got the single malt standing by) or a depression drunk (the blended scotch plonk), in no fit state to work. [wry grin]--Mario R.
I'm hoping that this will be over tommorrow, too, but I fear it won't. This country is so divided. I wish everyone could manage to do what my best friend and I do; agree to disagree. She's a Republican, I'm a Democrat, but our friendship is more important to us than politics. Of course, the fact that we've been friends for 60 years probably makes it a lot easier for us. But still, I hope to see in my lifetime a united America instead of such a deeply divided America.
Amen, amen, Victoria...
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