Today I was going to take a little time off to vote but being an author, I couldn't let the day pass without just dropping all writers a little note.
Today is election day and everyone, who can; should go out and vote.
I have turned voting into a family tradition and no matter where my grown children are, they know that at 5pm (1pm in Vegas) we are voting.
I don't want to know who they are voting for, all I want them to do is vote. We have lively discussions about the candidates and yes, we also make some jokes about both of the candidates but in the end, we all do our American duty and vote.
They even said to me today, "mom,really are you ever not going to write about everything that you do." Gasp! Clutch the pearls!
I nearly passed out, yeah I seem to be doing that a lot lately. First around shoes and now around my children.
After I told her to hold me up, I dusted myself off and said, "nope" Yeah that was real inspirational, wasn't it.
Well I had nothing to say. I write because I can; because freedom of speech allows me to say what I want as long as I am not malicious to anyone or spreading lies. So the simple answer is, I will always write about shoes, books, or voting. This is why I vote. I vote to be able to do things that I want to do.
So I asked her...Why wouldn't I?
Tell me, what would prevent you; yes you, the one reading this, from writing and have you voted yet?
First of all, nobody likes a show-off! I haven't posted on MY blog in more than a week and here you are with two!ReplyDelete
Anyway, I always vote because it's important to me to be able to take my share of the credit (or the blame, as the case may be.)
OH Mr. Camacho; obviously you didn't read the blog on Monday. So that makes 3 in one week.ReplyDelete
Yes, taking the blame or making sure to take credit (yes, one vote does make a difference) is the best reason to vote.
Besides, where else could I get new material for my blogs and my novels.
Oh the stories that I am now spinning. Yes, I'm talking to you, Miss "I jumped out of bed and didn't bother to put on matching slippers" (Really? some people)