Saturday, November 8, 2008

it's 75 degrees outside. dude.

Election day was a wee bit crazy. I covered a wreck at one of the polls (overzealous voters?) and Twittered. It was a long day from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
As soon as Pennsylvania was called, we all figured it was almost over - then when Ohio was called - it was over.
We're still waiting on a local race, the difference was 30 votes one time, but everyone is hoping the incumbent gets kicked out.
All my House faves got reelected by landslides. Yay!

I booked my flight for Thanksgiving, and now I think I'll be eating Ramen for the next few months.
I'm nervous about flying, since the last time I flew I didn't have as many anxiety problems as I do now. I had never had an anxiety attack, I didn't clench my jaw when I was nervous and I wasn't so worst-case scenerio. So I think I'll have to promise myself to make Mom get me Chickfila when I land, cause I'm pretty sure I'll be too nervous to eat that morning.

But it will be good to have a break, since the last vacation I had was Labor Day, which wasn't really a vacation since we were on call in case the hurricane did something wonky. Plus, it will be awesome to: sleep on a real mattress, sit on a couch and pet the dog.
Looking forward to gorging myself on Tia Maria's salsa. Yum yum.

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