Wednesday, November 7, 2012


I don't do much politickin' in this teensy piece of the interwebs, but today, I'll say I woke up happy.  Not just in regards to the reelection of a candidate that I feel best echoes my belief system, but also {and perhaps more so} for the great progress made last night for equal treatment of all Americans. 

A record-busting 18 women elected to the Senate?

Four more states supporting marital rights for all?

Steps in the right direction... And that's what I'll be telling my daughter about when I reflect on this election.

God Bless America. And each and every one of it's citizens... equally and without condition.


  1. Preach!! Woke up thinking the same things :) Love it!

  2. I'll just leave this right here:


  3. I'm right there with you! And, honestly, I wish everyone who is not happy with the election results would take that energy and encourage their senators and congresspeople to work together for change to happen.

    *stepping down now...*

  4. Love this; especially as a mom. I would never want my boys to have their rights limited.

  5. Love your blog-- you write so well and with such an amazing sense of humor. I just wanted to say that I don't agree with your politics. I voted on the economy 100% and the debt of our nation and who I thought would put Americans back to work. Wanted to voice my opionion but I will continue to be a reader because you make me laugh out loud several times a week.

  6. Probably a good thing you don't... You'd lose readers. I take comfort in knowing E has our backs. :)

  7. Ha! I wish you WOULD do more politickin'. Love your blog, agree with the poster who DOESN'T agree with your views that you are an excellent writer, very laugh-out loud funny, and one of my fave bloggers. I'm mostly a lurker--getting my own blog back up and running is a priority for me but I have a LOT going on in my life ATM. Anyway, wanted to say hi, love the blog, support and share in your views/hope for the future of our country (rare in the "preppy" lifestyle/mom-ish blog crowd, there seems to be many proud Repubs, which personally I, as a woman, could not FATHOM supporting many of their anti-woman stances and horrifying statements. But to each their own, I'm grateful and happy to live in a country where we do have freedoms and choices. Rock on, sister! I adore you (or your blog) from afar!

  8. ditto, couldn't have said it better myself! so proud of our country and so happy that I can breath a little easier that we're moving in the right {left?] direction...


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