Formerly Felis pushkini. Photographs of life around Lake Kittamaqundi in Columbia, Maryland, and the occasional road trip. Links to classical music and the arts in Howard County and the Baltimore-Washington, DC, area.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Gracey had a choice between her toy squirrel and a real squirrel. I think she's going for the real deal. (Don't worry: The squirrel outside is safe.)
I settled some choices in the voting booth this morning, and I hope my favorite Democrat candidate gets re-elected. Most of the ballot questions for Maryland were pretty easy for me to decide. In my mind, they boiled down to simply thinking, "How mean-spirited it would be to say no to this" -- including the civil marriage act in support of gay marriage and the in-state tuition issue for illegal immigrant students. I voted in favor of both.
The line at my polling place on Vantage Point Road in Columbia, Maryland, seemed long around 9:00 this morning, but it moved quickly and I was out in about half an hour. The line and wait might be a different situation now. I remember waiting in a much longer line that wound through the hallways of Vantage House when Obama was running for his first term.