This morning, as I walked out of my local polling place, a very old woman in a wheelchair, who was being pushed out the door ahead of me, said to the group waiting in line: “Thank you for coming and making your voice known . . . no matter how you voted.”
And then she giggled a little bit.
I loved that! Her comment made me feel a spark of joy after what was probably the most contentious election cycle I’ve ever seen.
(I live in Illinois, after all.)
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