I can’t wait until Wednesday   8 comments

I am so sick of it all.

I am so scared of the result.

I only hope we KNOW the result Wednesday morning and there is no trip to the Supreme Court or Congress to determine the winner.

Here’s something my boss and I have been pondering.  Were there ever two VP candidates who could more realistically think “hmm if we win, then by this time next year I could be President.” ????  I think not.

Nuff said.

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Posted November 7, 2016 by salpal1 in Uncategorized

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8 responses to “I can’t wait until Wednesday

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  1. I want to hug you.
    I don’t live there, but I can tell you that I too am sick of it all and hope to Dog that when the result comes out that THAT’S IT!. Done and over and done. From my point of view … I’m asking “how on earth did this happen? How did someone get to this point in the History of such a nation? This cannot be right. What’s going to happen?”

    … these and so many more questions.

    I’m praying for you, and for your country.

  2. I am so with you! I want it to be Friday and peaceful and done. I’ve never been so riled up and scared about an election as this one. I am scared of what happens Wednesday morning, but hope and pray that people come to their senses and be peaceful. Hugs and prayers for all of us.

  3. I had a lovely relaxing weekend away from it all, but my eye is still doing that stress twitching thing, and it’s SO annoying. I KNOW that it’s the election. It can’t even be anything else.

    (On a lighter note though, Miss Butterfly got the opportunity over the weekend to see her hero, Bernie Sanders. IF NOTHING ELSE positive can be said of this election, at least a little girl got interested in politics, and hopefully someday she’ll help change her world. If we can’t change the world for us, maybe we can change it for the future.)

    • I plan to knit a whole sweater tonight while states on the map turn red and blue. I fear mine might be purple. Sigh. So glad Miss Butterfly is interested, and in what Bernie says. I loved standing for him at our caucus. I knew he would not get everything done that he spoke of, but just talking about a gentler more caring America is a step in the right direction.

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