I voted!!Julie xo
I wanted to tell you that I was so pleased and relieved to see your vote post. I spent yesterday afternoon in a state of significant disappointment as I clicked around to the usual suspects of the lady blogger world - cup of jo, unruly things, for me for you, wit and delight, greedy girl, frolic, oh joy, freckle farm, east side bride - and found that only you and "abbey goes design scouting" (I also posted this comment to her) had posted about the election or voting. Perhaps I was in a dark mood already, but seeing post after post about quilts, flat boots, linen skirts, and slouchy sweaters on a day of significant political importance left me feeling rather colossally depressed.Most of these blogs had posts a couple of years ago about Obama, so it can't be that these writers want to maintain agnostic about politics. I realized that I can't read these blogs anymore. It feels unconscionable to waste time on such head-in-the-sand frivolity. Maybe, given that you're a part of this community who has maintained some integrity, you can shed some light on this strange apolitical female blogger phenomenon.