I agonized over my vote, too. Honestly went into the polling place intending to leave the top of the ballot blank. What got me that day was that I was just pissed off that Hillary had campaigned so hard in North Carolina when she didn't need the state (so we all thought) to win. She wanted to flip us blue just for vanity sake. That brought up all the experience with the Clintons going back to the 90s. Now honestly, Bill was not the worst President, but the Clinton machine since then has just been so corrupt. I thought the worst thing that could happen to the country was a Clinton landslide, so that everything remained status quo and worse. So I really just wanted to see Trump win North Carolina and didn't expect him to win nationally. Surprise.
In my office, the two people who were undecided and who had voted for Obama at least once- went for Trump. The one guy from New York said "I got into the booth and I just couldn't vote for Hillary."
But yes, I've never been so happy with a vote as I have been the past three years. The only thing I don't like is that white supremacists have been coming out of the woodwork, though not at the rate that the media likes to paint it. And that is not Trump's responsibility but a reflection of the overall fracturing of our society, which I largely lay at the feet of the neo-Marxists. They wanted us in this spot because they thought we'd be easier to manipulate into socialism. And unfortunately in some respects their long investment in undermining education and cultural institutions has paid off. It may just be that democratic pluralism can't be sustained without a shared moral foundation working as unifier. Secular culture just doesn't offer people a sense of purpose or hopefulness like religion used to.