And I'm glad of it.
It's been a fairly strange week at my place. Tuesday saw me returning to dance class after a week and a half of not dancing. Needless to say I was sore. The car was appraised ($2200 to repair, YAY insurance), a rental was set up, and I watched the election results.
I found it very interesting that my area made national news for the ridiculously long lines. I was in a long time myself. I heard there were errors with the electronic voting (I miss the old fashioned, steampunk-ish lever voting machines).
I was expecting to be watching until the wee hours of the morning when they called it. It was 10:30ish, and in the beginning of Tim Kaine's acceptance speech. And like that it was all over.
Not only did President Obama win, but 4 states had ballot measures for marriage equality. Maine, Washington and Maryland passed marriage equality and Minnesota defeated a measure to define marraige and between a man and a woman (and this is the home of Michele Bachmann too!). Two states even votes to legalize pot. And Puerto Rico voted to become a state.
The sun rose the next morning in spite of all of this, and I stayed home from work on Wednesday to receive a new washer and dryer.
Now it's Thursday. Choir tonight and class this afternoon.
I just wish I could muster up some enthusiasm....