Tomorrow is Super Tuesday and I LOVE it! It is so fun here in California with all the politicians running around the state and sucking up to us. :) Bill Clinton was at Cal Expo, mere walking distance from my office... I considered going to re-live my teenage glory of Net Day, when he came to a local Concord High School to celebrate the installation of the internet.... (oh my gosh, I just read that line and realized that in about 10 years or so, some child is going to roll their eyes at me as I describe meeting the president at an "internet" celebration) Back to the point... elections. I have never been one to get too excited about elections but I think that voting is important and I think this year is especially exciting because the country is regaining hope after these last years of fear and war and everything bad. I don't think a new president will magically turn things around, I mean it takes awhile to get out of a hole this deep, but I think the primaries and the candidates are giving everybody reason to feel hopeful that things can get better again. Also I have a special message from my Grandmother to the voting public at large. "Vote for Hillary Clinton. I want to see a woman president in my lifetime and I'm already 86! I don't know if I can hold out much longer." My Grandmother also points out that she is a registered Republican but does not see that as an obstacle to voting for Hillary, just in case you needed some extra persuasion.