Things are pretty tense with the climax of the election. With all the various positions that the exit pollsters are taking, it is understandably a hard topic to stay on top of.
One thing is for certain, today everyone seems to be feeling excited, tingling, and nervous - for some it's their first time, for others they are putting years of experience to fulfilling their duty. Some are still undecided, yet still want to salute the flag as it rises on the pole. Others have already gone to the polls, inserted their ballot only to come out feeling anxious, waiting for the results.
I saw on the news, that many are standing in line, only to get frustrated with the amount of time it takes to cast their vote, and will be leaving to find an easier and more open polling space to fill.
Obama was up at the crack of dawn - to beat the rush. He took 15 minutes to exercise his voting power - a sign that he is indeed deliberate, thoughtful, and intent on his maneuvers. Sarah Palin decided to come back to her home to lay down her desires of whom she thinks will come out on top. However, she remained tight-lipped and wouldn't talk about how she exercised her right in the booth.
So - to assuage the anxiety that many are feeling; I decided to talk about the weather. Because, when you come right down to it, it really is the most comfortable position when unsure what to talk about. So I was seeing that in some parts of the interior of the U.S. that they are experiencing some high pressure. This does wonders to the climate, as it usually means that it will bring about favorable results; usually by heating things up and causing some places to become rather humid.
Well - I'm spent, and don't have much left to say. It's been a long process and I'm feeling rather tired and think I will go take a little nap.