Same job, different uniform.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

It is raining outside.

I haven't been minding the rain.

I just voted. I need to change my polling place, since I've moved, but I like going back to the same place every year. I even stopped by my friends' house--the ones who live close by; the ones I think about whenever I vote. He was there, but she wasn't. I called her and left. Tomorrow I'm going to watch her son recite some Shakespeare.

Even in little ol' Idaho we're wrestling with the big questions. I'm anxious to see how things turn out. Almost every race interests me. Every proposition does, too.

My phone is broken so I can't talk to anyone, which is what I usually do on Election Night. I am available on email but everyone is watching TV. Well, so am I.

Hey, there's Bill Sali.

UPDATE: "There are no guns; no one's life is threatened. Even if the lines are long." Larry Craig just said that.

ADDED: What is it about the presidency that feels so much weightier than Congress? I remember my mom crying when Clinton won the first time and talking to a friend of mine after Kerry lost to Bush in 04. She was devestated. But no one cries when the other party wins the House!

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Blogger girlfriday said...

What did Hastert ever do to you?

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Blogger Julie said...

I voted first thing in the morning, and then I let the election pass in complete oblivion.

It was a fantastic evening.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Blogger girlfriday said...

Your mom? Really? I coulda sworn I just...

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Blogger Lois E. Lane said...


Thursday, November 09, 2006


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