I had my semi annual PSA test, and then lunch at the Cracker Barrel in Sheffield Village, where I had oil and vinegar on my salad. (I wonder how often that happens there?)
(N.B.: a PSA test, unlike the SAT, won’t help with getting into a prestigious university).
We had a dance lesson with the lovely Anya Kahn at the Trendy Avon Ballroom: cha cha, waltz, and foxtrot.
At 7pm, I attended my first Lorain County Democrats executive committee meeting, and after conducting business, we listened to two Congressional Candidates: Jim Sloan, OH-4, and Marcy Kaptor, OH-9.
Jim is genuine, has seen life from the coal mines to the bright days of the UAW, and all of the stops in between: he has lived the real American dream, the one that travels the long road from poverty to the middle class, riding on the highway that unions built. One might say: “I’ve seen Mitt Romney, Jim, and you’re no Mitt Romney.”
OH-4 is a bizarre shaped district gerrymandered republican; OH-9 is also a bizarre shaped district, but gerrymandered democrat.
Marcy (incumbent, and the longest serving woman in Congress), says the R’s in Congress are demoralized.
(N.B.: right – they have no Morals!)