November 25, 2004

COWBOY

I'm also thankful for cowboys.

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November 21, 2004

VIRTUES

Reason #__ why I think President Bush is a good and decent man.

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November 20, 2004

HE WAS RIGHT

Only history can judge a president...

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November 08, 2004

FRUSTRATION

I've been getting more and more fed up with all the "reasons" President Bush won the election. Everyone who voted for him was supposedly a knuckle-dragging mouthbreather who only put down his Bible and klan robe long enough to vote for a chimp. I've been getting really irritated this week.

And then I read Deskmerc. Exactly.

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November 03, 2004

UNVEILING

My icing skills have definitely improved since the last cake -- it helps when you read the instructions and you make frosting instead of drizzle -- so this one is actually legible.

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I decided to make a pro-Bush instead of an anti-Kerry cake when I saw how quickly Kerry conceded. I respect him for not dragging it out, and I actually feel sorry for him. He was a man who geared his whole life towards running for president one day, and I feel sorry for him that his dream never materialized. I'm relieved he's not our President, but I feel and respect his disappointment.

Arafat's fair game though.

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CAKE SOON

Right now New Mexico has counted 94% of the votes, and Bush is sitting at 52%.
I'm preheating the oven...

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November 02, 2004

BLISS

Yes, James, I did have the unbalanced electric can opener last week. But my husband has so wonderfully distracted me that I actually said, "What happens tomorrow?" when he asked me last night if I was nervous. It feels good to have more important things to think about, like squeezing the life out of Day Four.

Tonight will come and go, and there may or may not be cake afterward, but regardless of what happens, the husband and I will still have Day Five together. Right now, that's a big comfort.

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