I spent the early part of the day in the prayer room, writing for this weekend (I'll be teaaching at First Baptist in Pleasant Hill). I spoke there months ago. It's always nice to be invited back somewhere.
I ducked out the prayer room for a quick meeting, followed by a longer one with the marketing team that dissolved into teaching an impromptu civics lesson to British team member Tom Not Tommy. You should have seen his face when I described the fine art of gerrymandering. I think he thought I was making it up. Granted, it does seem a little rediculous.
Election day made me miss Washington, DC. The excitement of JHOP, avoiding the traffic by hopping the Metro, the fall leaves, the Burrito Brothers and Cosi bread.
Late in the afternoon, I picked up Grayson and drove to the elementary school to exercise my right to vote (and therefore, to complain later). Grayson is our voting boy. He knows there are cookies served at the polling place, so he voted twice today, once with his mom and once with me.