Tyler has one too.
I hope everyone’s Christmas was as merry, quiet, and low key as ours (unless you like excitement, then I hope the opposite for you). We had no company and traveled no where, so we stayed in pajamas all day and ate breakfast for all three meals: breakfast, brunch, and…wait for it…Yule Brinner!
I crack myself up. 😀
OK. So the next step is to be this motivated in the down ballot races so we never get another Roy Moore. R or D, we need to fill our seats with candidates that favor of basic human decency.
PS Thank you to everyone who made me a part of the 2% write-in vote. Maybe I’ll run for city council in a year or two when Ellie is out of elementary school.
I am so proud of you right now.
Don’t ever let anybody tell you your vote doesn’t count.
This is the official announcement of my write-in campaign for Alabama’s Senate Seat.
Write me in! I got 8 votes against Jo Bonner one of those times he was running unopposed.
Y’all, I got an A in civics, memorized the Bill of Rights in 6th grade, have a general understanding of the Constitution, and can pass a criminal background check. So I’m already way more qualified than Roy Moore and much more interested in funding education.
I’m also registered as an Independent*. So no worries about that pesky ‘D’ by my name, I haven’t got one!
On December 12, Choose Kindness. Write in Emily Ivey for Senate.
It’s coming along. The worst (as far as taking off the exterior and putting it back on) appears to be over.
$3.50 of insulation was lost while the side of the attic was missing.
This wall was the worst – almost the whole thing is new. AND it was packed full of bird nest debris! Why pay for traditional insulation when the critters stuff the walls full of grass for you?
Two tone. Moving from grey to blue!
Also they let me ride in the lift. And we rescued bats before they pulled the crumbling chimney down. The other chimneys are getting copper chimney caps – so pretty in the sunshine.
I’m up so high!
I probably should have set my goal at a post once a month. Goals are just that. Sometimes we achieve them, sometimes we don’t. The point is to try.