Turn up the volume so you get in the spirit…
I felt like this should be red, white, and blue since I am watching the election results come in here in the middle of the night. Why, in this day and age, are the so many problems with the election process? I am amazed that we still do not know, by 4:00 in the morning, who won the election. This whole thing about provisional ballots has me befuddled. If I understand correctly, provisional ballots are from people who were too blasted lazy to register to vote, who then decided at the last minute that they wanted to vote. You know, if you can’t get off your duff and register to vote in the allotted time, then you should forfeit that privilege–Republican or Democrat. Honestly, those people should be treated like my kids are when they don’t get something done on time for one of their teachers…miss out on a reward. The teachers are much tougher, and maybe someone should take note! Now, if I have misunderstood provisional ballots, please correct me. At 40, there is still much to learn.
I’ve been painting again…the entrance hall is now yellow, which I did when Bernie was out of town two weeks ago…the front door is now red, which I did all day yesterday and will continue with today. It takes a lot of paint to cover one little door! But it looks SO good!
Bernie has enjoyed his new position this week. He’s received so many wonderful emails and phone calls congratulating him. It is just a huge accomplishment in his life, and we are all so proud!
Tonight, we’ll have our activities at church. Tomorrow is Beth Moore, and my cousin is coming to town. Friday is a day I hope to finally go to Williams-Sonoma with my year-old gift card. Saturday is the shower I’m having for my sweet friend Carolyn–having a baby when she thought she was way past being able. What a precious gift God is giving them!
It will be a busy week, but it’s never too busy to pray for God to be with our President and Vice-President, Mr. Kerry and Mr. Edwards…both parties needing peace and rest.
Joy is the will which labors, which overcomes obstacles, which knows triumph.~ William Butler Yeats
Whether you think you can or think you can’t you’re right. - Henry Ford
The best way out is always through. ~ Robert Frost
Real difficulties can be overcome, it is only the imaginary ones that are unconquerable. ~ Theodore N. Vail
Success consists of getting up just one more time than you fall. ~ Oliver Goldsmith
You must be the change you want to see in the world. - Mahatma Gandhi