I dropped off the ballots into one of those boxes awhile back. Finally, we received the postcard confirming the receipt of our ballots so it’s now official. That’s a good thing I guess even though my college kids wanted those stickers that you get when you actually go to the polls. You know the ones, right? The ones that have a little flag on them and a sticky back that say, “I VOTED TODAY” that you used to get when you actually voted.
It was strange to me to instead fill in the bubble of my choice like we did when we took those standardized tests in school. You remember those don’t you? With the teacher there telling you to make sure you filled in the complete bubble so that your answer would be counted? Except this is in black ink and not number 2 pencil.
Times have changed, haven’t they? Just another challenge that the Virus added to our lives. I think I’ve had enough of it though…haven’t you?
I don’t get political here ever. It’s not my cup of tea and it’s such a heated subject everywhere these days, especially today. So please don’t do it either on the post because honestly, I don’t care who you’re voting for this year. It makes no difference to me because I’m all about who you are as a person and not who you’ve chosen for President. I have had enough of hearing about friendships which are breaking up because of who someone votes for – seriously? But yes, it’s true. Sad, but true.
It’s a madhouse out there these days. I don’t know why I even wrote this post, but I’m going to just hit publish and pray that bloggers aren’t that type of people. Surely, I’m not, so I hope that you aren’t either.