Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Joy 37/82: Free Elections
The small group of us working here in Oakhurst are undoubtedly of different political views as this commuity is a microcosm of the whole. And, yet, we are all here with one primary purpose: to see that the process of voting is done fairly. We have taken an oath to carry out our duties with integrity.
In some ways today and the process I will be involved with is largely symbolic as a large percentage of voters are now voting by mail. By now, most people have made up their minds about the candidates and issues on the ballot so the course for our future has been cast. Let us pray that the decisions are good and the candidates chosen are wise enough to live up to the challenges before them.
Posted by Joyce Wycoff at 5:33 AM
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You my friend are my island in the sun, my sea of friendship and love and laughter.ReplyDelete
Thanks for letting me swim in your warm and inviting waters of life.
Such public service is much appreciated! I hope you enjoyed the day.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all you do, Joyceann.ReplyDelete
I'm going out to vote in a few minutes. I'll be doing it with my fingers crossed and with hope in my heart.
Have I told you how much I love you guys? You, too, Don ... but in a totally different way, of course.ReplyDelete
The odd thing about all our recent elections is that half the people are ecstatic and half are depressed as hell. I'm not sure what to make of that.
Anything that looks rusty and gear-ish intrigues me greatly. Hence iLove this. :) smilin'ReplyDelete