Then my mom decided to change out her SUV for a newer model. So we went to Lakeside Toyota and that took several hours. I've been holding on to my SUV and now I know WHY! Gosh, all the paperwork you have to sign is CRAZY! She purchased a 2013 Toyota Highlander and really likes it. So that's all that matters.
After all of that, I was super duper hungry! So we ended up going to a nearby restaurant called Deanies in Bucktown! It's not fancy, but they have REALLY good seafood. I had their seafood gumbo, ice cream pina colada, and their mate combo plate (shrimp and fish). I guess I was more tired then hungry, because I ended up bringing nearly all of it home! HaHaHa We had two other things on our to-do-list, but were too pooped to continue.
So that was my day everybody! If you live in the United States, how was your voting experience? If you live outside the United States, what's the voting process for your country? I would LOVE for you to share! I often wonder what others go through. We had lots of things to vote for, but I've never had to wait to vote for a hour and half. :S LOL!