Election Day 2020 November 3, 2020 That's Life I’ve thought and thought and I’ve got nothing to give you today except this: And wake me when it’s over. Related Posts For the Love of Reading: November 2023 It's a new month and that means it's time to take a look back at… Thursday Poetry Photo by Alexas Fotos on Pexels.com I am not someone who reads a lot of… Happy Thanksgiving It's go time for the biggest feast of the year and I hope your prep… Share this:FacebookX This Post Has 8 Comments We’ve done all that we can, and now we wait (hopefully, not too long). Be calm and have good faith. In spite of the last four years, even a cynic like myself believes the majority of us are innately good and have had enough. I plan to spend time today proving just that. Sneak attack baked goods are being planned. I know it’s going to be a long day/week/month(?), but I am taking comfort in the fact that at least there is no more waiting. Deep breaths! Hoping there’s a big Blue Wave on the way… Watching and waiting! xo That’s all I can think about as well! While I am working my list for day, ironing, groceries, laundry, I just keep thinking about 2016. HELP! You would think that staying busy would help, but not as much as I’d like. I will just have to cope and stay busy like everybody else. Think good thoughts! Not even sure I want to be woke up when it’s “over”. Hopefully my stress won’t manifest during fencing tonight-those boys might not know what “hit” them! Your comment, “wake me when it’s over,” makes me smile because it is so true. It’s going to be a wild night tonight and a nail-biting next few days. I’m knitting and walking and knitting some more. Comments are closed.