For Rosa, and for Martin Luther King Jr., and for Shirley Chisholm - and for all of us, you're right.Beautiful day is I can think of...
So so so so good...
What a great post. Thanks for putting it up.
Joyous. Emotional. Overwhelmed with feelings.
What a relief! I have never felt involved in a US election before and I think it is partly down to blogging that I have felt so involved in this one - but also I suppose the real sense of fear of what would happen, not just in the US but in the whole world, it the result had gone the other way.Have a wonderful celebratory day. Ironically it is Guy Fawkes Day here.
I am so hopeful now. I went up and down last night watching the numbers...thinking McCain was winning, then thinking Obama was winning, back and forth....I love today! Today is just the best day in a long, long time!!Please stop by and read my post today....I'm nervous about it...could use your support in the comments if you agree with me.
God Bless you!!! We have hope:)
i'm wiped out. but happy, and so hopeful. oh so damn hopeful.
That was a lovely gesture. just lovely.
I am so happy, so enormously relieved and still soooo tired....the anticipation took a lot out of me!
Yes, indeed!I voted for McCain because his views mirrored mine more than Obama. However, I'm overjoyed to see Obama take this position, because it gives me hope that my 6-year-old, who is still "colorblind," might remain that way and enjoy a more united America.I pray that Obama will use his intelligence, his drive, and his power wisely. We ALL need it.Em
Oh, that picture has moved me. Thanks for the perspective.
i am so happy to be an american and realizing i have never felt this way. thanks for this post. i heart obama.
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