Today is the day of days.
All the campaigning, all the debates, all the posters, all the social media banners - it all ends today when we cast our vote and decide the future of generations to come.
It's a pretty huge day, in fairness. Ireland will become the first country in the world to vote for Marriage Equality by popular vote.
For some, it's a case of hopping out for ten minutes during lunch to cast a vote in their local polling station.
Others have to head back to their hometown and make the vote.
For others, their hometown's a little far from where they are.
Flew back yesterday from Nairobi to Cork #hometovote - that's a big YES! to equality in Ireland!
— Cormac (@Cormac212) May 21, 2015
— Naomi O'Leary (@NaomiOhReally) May 22, 2015
— David Maybury (@davidmaybury) May 22, 2015
— Daire Guilfoyle (@dguilf) May 21, 2015
Never been so happy to be at an airport gate. LGA to PHL to DUB to YES. #hometovote
— Belinda McKeon (@belindamckeon) May 21, 2015
— Carol Hunt (@carolmhunt) May 21, 2015
— buzz o neill (@buzzoneill) May 21, 2015
That's right, people have been jetting in from the four corners of the earth to vote for Marriage Equality.
If they're able to get a flight from NAIROBI, the least we can do is to head out and do our civic duty.
Have you been to the polling station yet?