I hope everyone is having a great day today. Well, tomorrow is election day and if you didn’t early vote I hope you plan on voting tomorrow. It doesn’t matter who you vote for please go out and vote. I know that some people may say yes it does matter who you vote for. But let’s be honest we are always going to disagree on any topic. No one running is perfect let’s just get that out of the way. But at the end who do you feel like will make a difference? Who do you feel like will bring about change? There have been so many debates and quite honestly I can’t wait for tomorrow to come so it will all be over with. It’s too much hating and too many lies being told. I wonder have we ever had someone who was running that was truthful and wanted the best for everyone? Has there ever been an ad out there that hasn’t bashed the other person? Are we okay with how candidates talk and treat each other? They should act like adults, not two-year-olds. These are just my feelings. Maybe the change will come when enough people are truly tired of feeling like nothing has changed. Maybe the next generation will be the change that we need. How can you tell your kids to respect other people when you see on the debates and ads that the adults don’t even respect one another. This is more than a black and white issue. This is more than a rich and poor issue. Will we ever look back and say why is the world this way? I’m saying that now. Where did it all go wrong? I’m quite sure there are plenty of examples of this. But what are we going to do to make things better for the future coming up? I just hope you go out and vote tomorrow. I hope that nobody makes you feel any type of way because of who you voted for. But I hope that you look within yourself and say where can I help be the change.
Yesterday was an exciting day for me. It was my daughter’s first time voting. Early voting started for Texas on Tuesday. We waited for Wednesday to go because the lines on Tuesday was crazy. The line where we voted wasn’t long at all. We waited for about 20 minutes in line. It was an important moment for me because this is your right and you have nothing to complain about if you don’t exercise your right to vote. And she was excited to be able to vote. But seeing the excitement in her eyes was amazing. Most young adults could care less about voting and things like that, but she was serious about her right to vote. Please go out and vote it’s your right.