So not sure if many of you were aware, but there was an Election last night....

And don't worry I am not going to bombard you with my person opinion of what went down, if I think they picked the right President or if we are doomed forever. I just know that at the end of the day our country has a lot of things to fix and not working together as a cohesive unit is going to make that process an uphill battle.

Plus, it makes my heart hurt a little when I see the reactions of some people.  You may have your opinion and I will respect it, IF and only if it is educated and it is not full of hate towards individuals.

Buttttttt in other BIG news whether you're red or blue, Democrat or Republican, male or female, old or young, voters played part in awesome, needed, and huge steps towards human equality last night.

::Four States are supporting marriage equality.
::And Wisconsin voted in the Country's first openly gay Senator (bonus points for her being a female too)

Tammy Baldwin was quoted saying:

There will not be a magic day when we wake up and it's now OK to express ourselves publicly.  We make that day by doing things publicly until it's simply the way things are. 

And I support that kind of positive thinking.

Macklemore says it best. Same Love.

Love is patient. Love is kind. 

So let's stop letting fear and intolerance hold us back.  Let's keep moving forward, we can disagree about the economy, but no one should disagree when it comes to basic human rights.  We've had enough of that when it comes to Race and Women's Rights. None of us want to have future generations judge us for being so close minded over such a simple thing as love.

Now who wants to go tackle that Fiscal Cliff?! Anyone?! No?! Ok. Good Talk, I'll see you out there.

Cheers to Love,

<3 BB