a little sacrilege never hurt anyone - yountville, ca
i woke up this morning three hours before having to go to work. not because i'm an early riser--many can attest that i'm quite the opposite-- but because i've never felt so invested in a single election. when i drew that black, felt-tipped line to complete the arrow pointing to obama, i closed my eyes wanting to remember that very moment for the rest of my life. and i think i will--voting in someone's garage has such an unbelievable charm. and the camaraderie among voters waiting in line is quite strong in a place like san francisco where many people uphold my love for my man barack. so thank you everyone for voting today.
let me have an AMEN. hell, i'd like a HALLELUJAH as well. tomorrow is today is our future right away. yes we can.