Tuesday, November 6, 2012


  1. I got up at 5:30 am to vote. 
  2. I got to the train station at 6:30, 35 mins early because the trains are running on a limited schedule.
  3. I got to Penn Station at 7:45 for my 9:35 Amtrak train to DC
  4. I arrived in DC's Union Station at 1 pm.
  5. I took the Metro to Pentagon City in Arlington, VA. The closest stop to my polling place.
  6. I took a cab the rest of the way, arriving at Patrick Henry Elementary School at 2:30.
  7. After a 25 minute wait in line, I cast my vote and was on my way to my hotel in Dupont Circle.
  8. I'm meeting Cubby and his partner for dinner at Annie's and them we're going to a bar and watch the projections come in until Romney concedes (he's already conceited) and Obama is declared the President again and the world can breath a collected sigh of relief and the Evangelicals can pray for the rapture they all believe President Obama's reelection is the final sign.


R.J. said...

Thanks for voting! And we need to get DC on board with absentee ballots. I write a post about it later tonight or before I go to bed.

Jason said...

Wow, what a journey to go and vote, really impressive.

Have a great night, hugs to all.

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