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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Heart Broken

Today I can easily say I'm absolutely heart broken about the Election last night.
I was completely disappointed.
I watched all of the events unfold at my mom's house and went home before I heard President Obama's speech.
I LITERALLY went home and cried in bed. I'M SUCH A BABY!!
Today listening to the radio, the news, seeing the newspaper & reading many many political posts on facebook it seems like we are all divided.
That's our problem now, not the President's.
SO all you Romney supporters who are sad JUST like I am, let's kick it into gear and pull it together. Being a divided Country will get us nowhere.
Hopefully we will be proved wrong & things will all work out.
Regardless of the outcome, let's be thankful we live in a country where we have the opportunity to vote and voice our opinions.
I'm looking forward to the next election with lots of prayers in the meantime.
I found this article in the midst of many angry facebook posts this morning & thought it was pretty great..

{This article will count as my Wednesday Words I Love:}
You can find the Church article -------->HERE! <------------



We would all have pink ponies as our main form of transportation.
Their poop would be rainbow, and they would talk.
It would be manditory as a citizen to attend monthly craft night.
We would be eating breakfast for dinner and cupcakes for breakfast.
We would all have Barbies made to look just like us.
You'd be required to wear something with ruffles, sequins or bows daily.
If you're a guy, you are required to wear sexy jeans. no basketball shorts allowed.
If Mikell were President we'd all be doomed!  :)
SEE!? There are worse things than having Obama as our President!

Happy post-Election Day, even though some of us are sad.
Find a reason to be thankful today & pray for our President.


  1. I was pretty bummed too, Obama is a great person, I just don't think he's what we need for our country right now. I'm avoiding Facebook for the next few days for obvious reasons.

  2. I love your "if mikell was president" :) I'd vote for you! HA.
    Would you mind if I copied this idea? I want to post a "if kelsey was president" haha. What a cute way to be optimistic!

  3. haha if I was president we would be doomed too! But what makes me sad is how divided we all are.

  4. I agree 100%. I wrote I similar post today called Election Encouragement -- go check it out!

  5. Haha your If I were President was cute! Also thanks for attaching the First Presidency's remarks, that was neat to read!

  6. As much as I wanted Romney to win I am honestly okay with this. Excited that the election is over and I hooope everyone can see things the way you do and accept and just be happy about what you can't change because we're all in it together.

    Ps- I love finding fellow mormon bloggers :)

  7. I know exactly what you mean. Although, I am happy that the election is over! I just came across your blog- very cute! I just started a blog, would you like to follow each other? xo

  8. Mikell, I cried this morning at 4am when I found out. I wrote a similar status though, as to what you just said. I don't want to get in a fight with democrats. I want to hope that Obama can get this country back together like he promises with another 4 years (or start getting there, rather) and try not to be so upset about Romney's loss. There's nothing we can do about it, so no point in pining. I liked this post and this is another reason I adore your blog!

    Brani Laine

  9. Events like this election really show that there is only so much we can do, the rest is in God's hands. Let's pray for our leaders :)
    Abi K

  10. found your blog and you are adorable! great style and I love your hair!!
    totally following

    xo Jessica
    -check it out!-

  11. If Romney was president, US would go back to the cesspool of diarrhea it was during Bush's reign. Obama all the way!!


  12. the first thing that popped into my head when Obama took Ohio was 1 Tim 2:1-4. It talks about how we need to be faithful in prayer for all people especially our kings and rulers so that we may live in PEACE - for it pleases the Lord & glorifies Him for He wants all people to be saved (even Obama).

    I was not faithful in prayer the first four years, these next four I hope to be.

    1. I compleeeteeelyy agree with you!
      I'm so glad you came by and left a comment on my post!

      Do you have a blog address?

  13. Hello! Love the blog. NEW FOLLOWER right here. You sort of look like Carly Rae Jepson with your dark hair. And your bangs are perfect... is that weird? haha.. anyway. I will be rummaging through your blog today :) Don't be surprised if you get tons of comments.

    Love, The Skinnys

  14. Some of the comments I saw on Facebook afte the election were ridiculous. One person basically said that she is only happy about being pregnant now that Obama is elected. Seriously?


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