It is a day to not only vote but reflect on who we are as a nation.
This weekend in the warm sunshine a family stopped by with their young girl. Her father mentioned that since the child is under ten she has no memory of a white man as President. By the time she graduates from high school and votes for the first time, it is possible that her generation will STILL never have had the direct experience of a white man as our President. Just imagine how their consciousness of who can be President will differ from that of all Americans older than themselves. That is something I know those who fought for our nation over the decades would be proud of, too.