America’s Children


And, so it begins. Election Day. At least it is the official day. Some 97 million citizens have already voted. This election is a really, really big deal. It’s been discussed, written about, polled and screamed about, so there is no need for my recap.

There isn’t much more to say about today. If you haven’t already done so, go VOTE.

For those of you who live in other countries, have good thought for us. As we’ve seen in the last four years this affects you too.

Stay safe. Stay mighty. Stay strong. Wear your mask. Wash your hands. Keep your distance. Be kind.

And.

VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE.

Many pictures. I started with an idea. I thought I could post about a bazillion American flags and call it good.

And, it would have been.

Then, I thought, what do those flags represent? Me. Us. We. You.

So, on this election day I worked through my Storyteller posts and found these images in my media.

They are, Me. Us. We. You.

We are the people who make America great. We are the people who help the entire world. And we are a beacon.

These are our photographs.

6 thoughts on “America’s Children

    1. I’d like to say that I’m downhearted, but I knew this was coming. The president slithers through rock piles. I had a bad feeling for the past couple of days thinking that we might lose outright. As I said in today’s Storyteller, the longer that outcome goes on the lease dame a lame duck president can do on his way out.

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