I have been taking pictures of houses and more houses and more houses. I feel as if I know every house in North Myrtle intimately.
I have only seen four McCain/Palin signs That gives me hope unless people are even more conservative or don’t understand exactly what Palin stands for.
Her glittering generalizations make me search my soul to see if my stances are as poorly defined as hers or actually mean something. Here’s Tina Brown’s new blog. It has an article that calls Palin sort of brilliant. It cribs from WaPo on that dangerous threesome, Obama, Pelosi and Reid. Please tell me that I’m dreaming. I hear it a lot here–Pelosi is a dangerous liberal and Harry Reid, traitorous.
I never knew these things.
I found the above sign funny. I had walked ten miles in the heat, was over dressed and had to walk home. I could have called for a cab as I actually had my phone with me. While I was in the mood to flirt with Mike the cab company owner and my sneakers were reminding me that my arches are too high which look great on the beach and fail everywhere else, I knew I the walk home from Cherry Grove would sustain my soul<a
The streets don't have potholes here and there's always the beach<a
Vote on November 4. Help make history happen. As a Jewish woman I guess fit into two minority groups though being from New York....
I moved from my comfort zone and I need it right now but I know this was the right move for me.
Vote for Barack Obama. He is the right candidate at the right time.
An older woman last night was telling me how it felt when Kennedy was running. She said it felt amazing. I vaguely remember. I remember how excited all the adults were. We were freed from Republican rule and for three years there was Camelot.
Dwight Eisenhower was a saint compared to today's Republicans. We might not get Camelot but we will get an intellectual president who gives a damn.
This America, it hasn't been my America for eight years. I need to believe again. We need our country back.