I wish I have an interesting story to tell but I don't. Everything went smoothly. Dh and I dropped the kids off to school and we went to the polling place. We did not have any problem looking for a parking space. We went inside Smith Mills Church and there were only five people in line. We gave the man our street address and our names, he checked it off and gave us our ballots. They did not even check for IDs. Our town does not have any voting machines. We used a pen to fill in the oval corresponding to the candidates we want to vote for. Aside from the presidential and senatorial candidates, there were also some races for local officials. I was disappointed in the local election because in some seats, there was only one candidate, no one running against him/her. Oh well, I guess I couldn't blame them, who wants to be in politics anyway? We also have to vote for three measures in my state. The first one is whether to abolish the State Income Tax, the second is whether to de-criminalize the possession of a small amount of marijuana and the third is whether to abolish Greyhound racing. It was a very fast process. Dh and I probably spent a total of 10 minutes inside the polling place. Pretty painless.
This is Google's logo today. Isn't it cute? At first I thought 'why do they have laundry hanging'? LOL Anyway, I am so glad that this whole election thing is ending today. There were a lot of VERY negative ADs on TV, I'm referring to the senate race in New Hampshire. My goodness, can you imagine hearing it every single day for months now? It is disheartening. I'm also glad that I wouldn't (fingers crossed) hear the women at The View argue endlessly. I don't know why but Elizabeth Hasselbeck's voice is irritating me. She always gives me a headache, no kidding.
So that's it for now. The waiting game begins.