Traditionally, the night of the year when the border between the land of the living and the land of the dead is at its weakest. Ever since childhood, the idea of that border thinning has captured my imagination. It feels like possibility. A time when anything can happen.
We're four days away from the election. This race has been preoccupying my thoughts. I've not blogged much about politics in the past, but like so many others I've not been happy with the direction the country has gone these past eight years. I'm hopeful for a change of course. What happens after Tuesday? I find myself imagining very different futures.
I'll post a bit more over the weekend. Lots to blog about, actually, and I'm looking forward to catching you up on what's been happening here. Hope all's well with you.
It's been three years since I first launched this blog, and while I've not had the time to be as consistent a poster as I'd like, I'm deeply appreciative of those of you who've kept with me all this time.
Wishing you all a safe and happy night on my favorite holiday.
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