I called two friends I knew who would pick up the phone this morning. Each friend voted for different presidential candidates. It was good conversations. My friendships are a blessing.
I am so happy for the candidate I chose. What an amazing woman. I didn’t stay up to see the final tally as I knew my world will move on whomever was the winner.
I so wanted a woman to be president. I want MORE for women more than ever. Recently, I was told I am only 7% of my gender as a military veteran who has full VA medical privileges. My VA doctor also said I am better off with my medical problems to not see a VA urologist for my female issues. It just seems so weird.
Responses around the world seem to know more about our politics then we Americans do. My German family when I visited in July stated to me that President-elect Trump would be elected.
Maybe this time US citizens will stop believing everything the media distorts. I turned the TV off for most of this election several months ago. However, I voted for who I believed was the best choice.
For some of my dear friends who are dismayed, take heart to the conciliatory speech Sec. of State Clinton gave today. She encouraged little girls and that alone speaks volumes to the type of woman she is. She also quoted beautiful scripture. This is heart warming to me.
Hillary- if you read this– I have voted mostly GOP my entire voting life. This year – I gave you my vote. But more than ever I pray for you and that you will enjoy much needed rest and time with your family especially your grandchildren.
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