Thursday, September 04, 2008

Will they win on your ignorance??? I hope not.

When I registered to vote again after moving back, I was asked whether or not i wanted to vote by absentee ballot. I said No Way. Now that is just my preference because I really enjoy going to the polls and voting in person-it makes me feel more aware that I make a difference by showing up and getting counted. I haven't voted for everything I could have in the past including school funding and city council but I always try to stay informed so that if I can, I make the best choice for myself when I vote. And with November around the corner i want to say to all who read my small little blog...go and learn of the candidates who are running for our President. If you don't know much about them...ask questions, go to their local campaign offices (or e-mail). This election will be historic no matter who wins-but most important is the choice you voice and preparing yourself to sound it true to your own character and what you believe in. Go and learn and be a proactive voter this November.


Mikaela said...

I've been so behind at reading blogs, and you have posted a ton...I'm glad Joe has gotten a job. That's great news for your family! I'm also glad you can order the soap you love online! Looks like Amber had a fabulous birthday and party. I can't believe she's 4...well, yes I can, since she's as tall as 5-6 year olds! hehe! I'm glad Whitney has so many friends in her school class...and her teacher's so young! How fun for her...also, thanks for the info on voting. I think I'm more interested in this election because it is more exciting...either way, you're right, history will be made!

Glad things are going so well for your family! :)

Anonymous said...

You make me proud to be your MOM. Love you lots!!!