Today my day has been just like your day -- busy, busy. Monthly reports due. Replacement orders. Removing signs of Halloween in the library branch and storing it. Putting up the Thanksgiving book display. Notifying the winner of the Count the Candy Corn contest.
And, on top of it all, kids are out of school -- and in the library.
Why are the kids out of school?
Monster machines have taken over their school buildings. By now they should be all set up and waiting. Waiting for people to come tomorrow. (Tuesday, November 4th) Hundreds of people. Thousands of people. Millions and billions and trillions of people.
(Sorry, got carried away on a Wanda Gag, Millions of Cats, sidetrip.)
Anywho -- Are you going to be among them?
Are you going to go VOTE?
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What's my reason?
I vote because I CAN. My grandmother marched with the suffragists. My mother taught school and believed that God was a woman. And I vote in every election. I better not hear that my daughters have not voted, because too many people in our own family fought so that they could have the right to vote.
You have that right, too. Go Vote, on Election day.