I don't get out much, so humor me. Remember, I work at home, and up until a few weeks ago, I was averaging close to 50 hours a week of work so I was definitely not getting out (not that I get out that much to begin with). I basically go to church, the gym (at 5 a.m., just want to remind you guys of that), grocery shopping, weekend car rides with Koda, nightly walks with Koda, that's about it, maybe a dinner out every once in awhile. Geesh, I really don't get out much, now that I list it like that.
Anyway, so I'm not out and about with people. I'm not chatting around the water cooler or having lunch in a noisy cafeteria with other employees or friends. So I don't have any other ways to know about what I'm about to ask you.
Are you undecided about who to vote for in the presidential election next month? I'm just trying to figure out if there are people out there undecided. The press mentions it. The polls mention it.
Are you undecided? Its okay if you are. I'm just curious if there is anyone out there undecided.
I'm decided. I was decided earlier than later. I'm actually looking forward to it all being over, no matter what the outcome, though I do fear what an outcome may be.
But I do try to remember to pray daily this month for the upcoming election.
I really need to be more faithful about praying for our leaders.
They really do need our prayers.
Its a daunting job to be president or governor or senator or anyone in government.
Certainly something I would never want to do as I have said so many other times.
So anyway, just curious. Are you undecided? Believe you me, I'm just curious. I won't try to sway your vote either way.
Just vote. That's one of our biggest privileges as Americans.
That and freedom of speech and freedom of religion among so many others.