Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Happy Voting Day, America!


I am on the run these days at school and have to be there very early this morning for a meeting, but I'll be sure and stop by to vote before I go.  

I'm doing it because I love my country AND because I want my students to see this sticker on my lapel.

It's the best accessory ever, don't you think?




Happy Voting Day, America!  



14 comments:

Catherine said...

Have fun voting!
xo Catherine
P.S. I must admit that I am happy the election commercials will be done with again. LOL!

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Yes, you can proudly wear it. We wait for THE News!

Leah J. Utas said...

Yes, best accessory ever. Vote early. Vote often.

Cranberry Morning said...

Yes, I think it's so important for the students to see that voting matters!

Shelly said...

My sticker fell off, but my satisfaction at exercising my voting right will be on for a long time.

Robin Larkspur said...

I voted first thing this morning. It's a great feeling to be in America on voting day!

Madi and Mom said...

Happy Tuesday BB
My mom came home with a sticker just like yours...then she put it on my head....Hugs Madi

Alison said...

I stood in line 5 hours on Saturday to vote early. Next time I'm doing a mail-in ballot. Wonder if they send you a sticker?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

We have early voting so I've already done my duty!

Brian said...

I vote for extra naps all around!

Gigi said...

I voted early. But jeez louise am I glad this campaign is OVER!

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

This is the first election where all my children are old enough to vote. And they all did. I'm proud of them.

Ann said...

When I was at work today a customer came in with his two little girls who proudly showed everyone their stickers.

Miriam in KS said...

My preschool classes voted yesterday and today on a most pressing issue...which juice to have for snack. Two classes voted for apple juice and one class voted for grape juice. I hear tell that a neighboring class voted for orange juice.

Voting was "secret" ballot. At least as secret as it can be when you are 3, 4, or 5 years old. We counted the votes together.

Oh, and I voted too today. But not for juice!