I love this early voting thing, though. Yesterday, I stopped by city hall, did my civic duty, and was in my car on my way to home for a nap in less than 15 minutes. That's what I call democracy in the best sense of the word.
Here I am leaving the polls.
If it's Wednesday, it's time to answer Joyce's questions over at The Other Side of the Pond.
1. Besides your very own house, describe a place where you feel most 'at home'?
4. 'A man's home is his castle'... which of the world's ten most captivating castles (according to The Travel Channel) would you most like to visit and why -
So that I can talk these folks into doing another season.
In my humble opinion, I don't care.
I am so darn happy to be done with those days.
At last, I can watch Ellen in peace.
Yesterday, as I was stalking Facebook, I read some good news.
According to Town & Country, The Plaza Hotel is launching a series of Modern Etiquette classes. If there is one thing our world needs right now is a class to remind us of ways to rediscover a sense of decorum.
Additional Random Thought
Yesterday, I popped out of bed and headed to my favorite neighborhood bookstore, Buttonwood Books and Toys and bought one of the first copies of Ina Garten's books, Cooking For Jeffrey.