Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Thanksgiving #2

For the month of November I am going to try to post every day about something I am thankful for and make it a month of Thanksgiving rather than just one day of Thanksgiving. 

 I am thankful for the freedom and privilege we have here in the US to vote.


Mark Twain said, "A person who won't read has no advantage over a person who can't read." 
I think it is the same for voting.  A person who doesn't vote is in the same position as a person who can't vote.   Neither gets to have their opinion counted. 

If you haven't voted yet, do it today.

Rhondi xo


  1. Rhondi,
    Nice post of our right to vote and p.s. I love that girl's outfit on the stamp!

  2. I will be quoting Mark Twain to my 15 year old who doesn't think reading is important at all. :) Best wishes for the rest of your week. Tammy

  3. That was a great post about voting. We early voted in NC before coming down and are glad we have a tiny say in what our government does.

  4. Bob and I voted early as he's working in Nashville this week? I became a citizen really just to be able to vote, I view it as a huge privilege and hope my vote will help get this country back on track again!

    hugs Mary

  5. Rhondi, I'm on my way to vote in the next few minutes. I too am thankful that we have a voice in this country.

  6. I voted early this morning and am proud of the right I have to do so.

  7. Yes, I voted too! Thanks for stopping by my place and leaving sweet comments.

  8. Rhondi~
    I so agree with you. I am so thankful for the freedom to vote.
    Have a wonderful week!


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