I interrupt your regularly scheduled activities for this special political announcement:
We attended the Iowa Caucuses last night – and helped make history!
That’s right – we gave up a couple hours on a Tuesday night in January to weigh in on who should be our next president.
We made our voice heard.
We were a part of the process.
One thing we learned as we braved the standing room only crowd and later as we watched the returns on TV – every vote counts.
I’m thinking that some of those undecideds were wishing they had decided – and some of those who stayed home were wishing they had participated.
Now I’m not going to go into some in-depth political commentary about last night’s results – I’ll leave that to somebody who knows what they are talking about. 🙂
But this much I know – every vote counts.
Your vote counts.
Are you registered? You should be.
Okay – my rant is over. I will now step down from my soapbox and return to my usual ramblings about the important issues in life – like what’s for supper and how to survive life with four teens in the house.
But remember this – your vote counts.
Now use it.
I’m Melinda Shervheim and I approved this message.
Photo courtesy of Mike LoCascio.