It's been a busy day, for me at least. I left the house about 9am to vote. It took about a half an hour and the majority of the time was spent trying to get into the parking lot. I got very emotional when I got in the voting booth and I teared up a little. I'm sure I am not the only one. The stress of this election cycle has been insane. I definitely agree with the comment on my previous post that there is a lot hold over from 2000 and 2004.
After I voted, I headed over to Starbucks for my free coffee and to Target to return a curtain I bought for the kitchen that was the wrong color. Then it was off to Nashua for my knitting group. I left early to spend a little time with Saffron before I had to head back to the polls to volunteer as a poll checker. I had a really nice time poll checking. Everyone was really nice. The Milford poll moderator brought over a ballot that a woman had cut out of the newspaper and given to her three-year old because he wanted to "vote" too. He colored all over it with red and blue crayon and then gave it to old man collecting the ballots. It was very cute. As of 3pm, there were over 5000 votes counted in Milford. There are about 13,000 people in town, so there was quite an impressive turnout.
Tomorrow I have a little less happening. Just Saffy's obedience class. I'm not talking to her right now because she is driving me crazy.