Today is the day I get to vote for a woman to be president of the United States.
Today is the day I can say enough is enough.
Today is the day I know I will need to roll up my sleeves tomorrow.
Today is the day I know I will cry if she wins.
Today is the day I look at this impossibly blue sky and dream something my grandmother never would have dared to.
Today I can look at my daughter and know the future would have her back.
Today I am proud of her and every other woman.
Today I shout out my voice.
I hail it to the ceiling.
I sing my essence to the stars.
I rejoice in my strength within my heart, my veins, my womb, my mind.
That strength allowed me to deliver a child.
It has rendered me compassionate toward others, even when they differ.
It allows me to bow my head yet not break, when needed.
I want to say it now.
And this may be trite.
But this is a historic moment.
Let’s do it right.
Let’s follow our conscience.
For us, the people, the women.
The bridges, not the walls.
Today is the day I get to vote for a woman to e president of the united States,
And I want to say, thank you, Hillary Clinton
For all the hard work you have done to get here.