It was uneventful. I walked down from the Metro, avoided the pamphleteers in the parking lot of the school, was informed by the registration lady that The Mr. and The Young Lady had already been by, and did my civic duty.
I'm pleased that The Young Lady made it there. It was her first election - she didn't get her registration in early enough for the primary. We left it up to her to figure out how to do the deed.
My supper so far is a slice of cheese pizza I bought from the bake sale people in the school lobby and three miniature candy bars - Krackle, Kit Kat, and Milky Way - left over from Sunday night. The Mr. said something about getting a haircut and grabbing supper nearby, so I think I'm on my own for nutrition.
Yesterday, the Young Lady made Vietnamese coffee-flavored granita, out of good-quality decaf drip coffee and sweetened condensed milk. She saved some of the milk to drizzle over the tops of the servings.
(YMMV ... if you don't like coffee, clearly this won't be your sort of thing.)