Its all true, the boogie girl is real, and you've found her. She knits, sews, spins, does pottery and writes it all down in this blog.
Tuesday, November 02, 2004
We are the hub of activity over here. Projects running to and fro, interns running out to get coffee, last minute polls coming in, phone calls are being made all the while the candidates are busy making last minute speeches. Ahh, the activity. Did you vote early? If not today's the day and the polls say the candidates are neck in neck in neck. So go here and cast your ballot.
Here's a final look at the candidates:
The shawl and lace party.
They were a little hard to pin down on this busy day. Their spouses and children were not available for the photo as they were busy campaigning in another part of the house.
The Mitt and glove party.
They are probably the most relaxed and laid back party in the campaign. I'm not sure if they are so cocky they think that they will wind hands down or if they are Zen mitts. Here they are with their spouses, all happy to pose for the camera.
The Sweater and Sock party.
Warm and ready to cover the backs of America. Here you see the Manly sweater's family. Manly, Olive, and Bunny.
Harvest sock and her husband Sabre sock were unavailable for photos as they were taking care of campaign headquarters while Manly sweater and his family were out making appearances.
Now its all up to you to decide which project will be house president. Not that being a project president at this house means anything at all, but voting gets you entered in a contest. Free stuff is always cool. I'm almost sorry to see the election coming to a close. The real elections, however, I'll be happy when tomorrow comes and no matter who wins, I hope they win by a decent margin so we don't have to wait months for the results. I can promise you that my little election and the contest winner will definitely be announced tomorrow. I'll probably post late as I expect I'll be up late tonight.
So go email me your vote/contest entry then go vote for real.
Not becuase its your civic duty but because its a priviledge to be able to have a hand in deciding the direction our country takes. So, go vote and be heard.