I'm Glad I Voted Last Week
It's going to be a hectic week here at the Webster household.
Leslie brought Gavin here from Tacoma and I'm babysitting for the entire week. It's amazing how hard it is to keep a 2 1/2 year old occupied. So far today we've played outside twice, played with Brio building blocks, stamped half the household with blue footballs and red megaphones, washed the same area twice, watched Monsters Inc, though grandpa napped a couple times in the middle, and fixed breakfast and lunch.
Our trip to the zoo was delayed because Gavin wasn't interested at the moment. We're taking him shopping with us tonight to ensure that we have some food in the house that he will be willing to eat.
I've already cast my ballot, so I don't need anymore phone callls from the Sierra Club, the democratic party, or other candidates, thank you.
If you still aren't convinced that you need to bother voting, here's an article in the Sacramento Bee on the effect of political races on an upcoming wilderness bill and Raye has been doing a good job at By Sand and Sea the last few days of offering other reasons why it's important to vote.
But, you've already voted too, haven't you?