So, the election is 'on'
I've already voted, mind you. I live in a state where mail-in ballots and early-voting is allowed, so all the delays and problems other states encounter will mostly be avoided here. Early voting makes sense, even if it's only opening the polls for two or three days instead of just one, but that is not my point. The merits of early voting will sell themselves today.
What I'm on about is tonight.
Hubby McRed and I have two bottles of wine. We've invited a neighbor who lives without television. We're not sure what she'll be drinking (ha!).
The plan is to eat leek and potato soup with sourdough bread, drink some wine, watch the election, walk away from the election, watch some more, and hopefully, at 10 p.m., pronounce victory.
If victory is not pronounced, well. We'll have to do a few things.
First, go to the liquor store for more wine. It closes at 11.
Second, pack up and head to Canada, the Last American Frontier for Blue State Refugees.
Just don't tell Canada we're coming.
Hate to have them close their borders and all.
I am cautiously optimistic though.
The polls are all predicting a landslide, but polls can be wrong.
So I'm not celebrating early. But I feel slightly confident.
Happens once every 4 years. Really, I'm surprised they don't make it a Federal day off, well, except for all the poll workers!