In case you've been living under a rock and haven't heard, tomorrow is election day! We're not shy about which candidate will be getting our support (I'm totally wearing my shirt to work on Tuesday). Regardless of which direction you will be casting your vote, it's so important to have your voice heard. Please get out there and vote!
And while you're at it being a responsible American citizen, consider donating to the Red Cross. While I was spared the effects of Hurricane Sandy and was awarded a week long "hurrication" from work, a lot of my beloved city looks like a big pile of rubble. (Above is one of many downed trees in Prospect Park.) A lot of people in New Jersey, Staten Island, and the coastal areas of Brooklyn really took a hard hit and could use some assistance. I've been amazed at the generosity of fellow New Yorkers getting out there to volunteer and donate supplies, but as winter weather starts to roll in and people are left without power (still!), food, belongings, and shelter, they could really use a helping hand. Please be generous!