The only problem with the automated election, in my ice, is the limited number of PCOS machines (now that I’ve mentioned it, what does the acronym stand for, anyway). Nonetheless, it was fulfilling to see that people were willing to wait in queues just to be able to vote; it could also be that some merely wanted to try out how the new election works.
Inside my precinct, I saw Majell and Camille Stacy’s mother on duty. And before I voted, a crew (or whatever they’re called) “sita” me for doing something which I will not tell unless you beg for it. I spent 30 minutes in the room because I didn’t have a list to vote with me in the first place. The following day we visited Aiza on her birthday. 😀
The last picture was on the day after Aiza’s birthday; at Ebro City during Mia’s father’s thanksgiving. Thank you for all your prayers! And…following are solo shots I stole which they evidently didn’t approve of to be posted. Partida nalang.
Time check: I have been in front of this freakin’ PC in Lexelcom for almost 3½ hours already. Finally, everything in the site seems fine after moving to a new CMS (content management system — nosebleed ka noh?). The thing that really killed most of my time was the transfer of the gallery pictures. It was quite a pain.
So, how was the Barangay elections? I voted in the afternoon and saw Abu in SF Pilot Elementary School, our voting station. She was a volunteer. For the information of those who do not know, her father is a Kagawad candidate. The picture you see below is my hand (c’mon, who else?) — with the indelible ink in the forehand and some other kind of ink in the thumb.
Earlier this afternoon, Ronna came here to get the P60 amutan for tomorrow’s planned get-together party (not again?). Meeting will be at Yana’s at 8. I have no idea of the people who’ll be present. Charis Doreen is here right now. I was really surprised to see her. It’s been a while. She said she wasn’t able to vote because she is not yet registered. Tsk, ang alindahaw..