Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Vote America!!



19 year old Spencer drove home from college to vote with Mom today!!


It is the love of country that has lighted and that keeps glowing the holy fire of patriotism. ~J. Horace McFarland

14 comments:

bj said...

Stacey girl...never be afraid to voice your belief. That is what our great country is all about..FREEDOM....
I love that quote by J. Horace...thanks for sharing it with us today. Oh, boy....history is being made today and WE HAVE IT ON OUR BLOGS for our family to read someday!! woo hoo....can't wait until tonight to see who wins...i, like everyone else, will stand behind whoever wins as long as they are doing the right kind of job in that high office....
Have a wonderful day...sit down and have a cup of Chi tea and I'll go fix me one and we can have tea together this morning...or even coffee...yum..sounds even better this morning. Think I'll have a piece of cinnamon toast with mine...
love ya, bj

Stacey said...

Sounds wonderful. I think I told you that my hubby is in Alaska on business. I'm missing him. We love to watch the elections together through the day. I'm sure he'll be calling. :)

Have a great day!!

Fran said...

Thanks for putting the word out Stacey! We voted last week. I am glad we don't have to get into the lines today.

Fran

tardevil said...

Thanks for coming by today. I thought I'd been over here before, but apparently I had not. Your room turned out great. I also voted last week...I don't have the patience to be in line for hours.

Carol said...

Just got home from voting. We were in line 1 hour, but we didn't mind. We met a very nice woman whose husband is pastor at a small church in Broken Arrow.
God bless America today!
Carol

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Thansk for your nice comment. Love your blog!

I'm waiting until 10ish before I go do my civic duty. No, I never got around to voting last week. Hubby did so you can bet I've been hearing it from him. ;o)

Smelling Coffee said...

I'm on my way out the door to vote right now. :-) Praising God for the privilege!

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Stacey, Thank you so much for visiting and welcoming me to blogland. It's been fun so far! Very important post today. I hope everyone does vote. Love that cute tassle. I am a fan of them as you can tell. You're always welcome to visit me. ~ Warmly, Melissa

Daphine said...

Hey Stacey,

Thanks for posting this! I love the quote! Dirk and I voted last week. It took us both less than 5 minutes!

Bo said...

Hi Stacey...been there & done that last week...now we'll have a watch party of 2 tonight and pray our man wins! ;-) Bo

Twyla and Lindsey said...

I am proud to say that my family of four all went to vote together today, each one of us in agreement. It was Lindsey's first time to vote. Twyla

salmagundi said...

What a special experience for you two. It is so important to pass our values onto the next generation! Sally

Amy said...

That is awesome Stacey,
I have a 21 year old, and it was his first national election too. He was really excited about it. What a great historic time to vote for the first time! Amy

An Accomplished Woman said...

Stacey that is awesome. He is a good citizen and you are a good mom to have raised such a good citizen. He is very handsome too.