Photo Friday: Domestic

griddle, Canon 300D

Photo Friday’s theme this week is “Domestic.”

There is a fabulous web site called She 19 that is working hard to inspire women to vote in the upcoming election. {The 19 stands for the 19th amendment, granting the women the right to vote}

Their t-shirt says:

“In 1920, women won the right to vote.
In 2000, 22 million single women chose to not use that right.
On November 2, 2004, we will reverse that trend, make our mark on history, and vote.”

If you haven’t already registered, please do! And please, please, no matter who you are interested in voting for, please exercise your right this time around.

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  1. tyd

    I love the motion..

  2. olgica

    How cool is that!!!

  3. Rick

    Wonderful image.

  4. JC

    I like the image and it is a good compliment to the she19 website.

  5. Deb

    Just ordered my t-shirt. Thanks!

  6. lena

    i like a griddle called griddle.
    my old stove was brand-name caloric and my scale is labeled pounder.

  7. stef

    I’ve got a T-shirt and it’s great! Thanks for promoting it!!

  8. Julia

    Amen sister!!! Regardless of what we believe…we need to choose, or lose. Thanks for getting the word out to vote 🙂

  9. Donavan

    I love a griddle!
    Pancakes rock.
    Growing up, we had a wonderful O’Keefe & Merritt oven.
    I used to bake Shrinky Dinks in it.
    I just got a shiny new Digital Rebel!
    I am so excited, I could wet myself.
    Almost as excited as I will be if Bush is defeated.
    Couldn’t help but get a little political…
    Rock on, Supergirl.

  10. Jennifer

    You know, in the world according to my mother, it is a cardinal sin (and practically criminal) not to vote, even in the smallest, most local elections (especially the local elections, actually). How can people not vote when our polling places are two blocks away from where we live? I mean, I realize that life is busy and tiring and complicated for all of us, but can’t we take 2 minutes to vote, for crying out loud?

  11. jenn

    thank you for this link. i think it is so important for all of us to get out and vote, no matter who it is we are voting for. we must not give that right away.

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