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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

we shall overcome


Uh huh.
Congratulations, President and First Lady Obama!

14 comments:

blognut said...

I'm so all over this awesome day! I can't wait to see what comes next!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Not that it's the most important thing, but Damn! That woman knows how to dress.

I just finished watching the first dance--they are the epitome of a loving couple.

stephanie (bad mom) said...

Do you not just feel like partying 24/7? Which then seems a little wrong...

Happy happy joy joy in the end :D

dkuroiwa said...

seriously...canNOT get enough of watching those two!! did you see the picture with him, both arms around her and his hands clasped behind her back...the look on his face is of pure love....how nice to see!!
BTW....the inauguration and the parties are all over the news over here....today, so many of my students and friends said "congratulations"...now THAT made me feel good. what a great start!!
I'm with blognut...i can't wait to see what comes next!!

Blue Mountains Mary said...

So wonderful - all over again.... had such a great discussion with my 9 year old about it all - he came out later and asked whether it was more significant than Nelson Mandela - I told him he had drawn a fantastic parallel...

Heather said...

They have got to be the coolest people ever to have lived in that house. It just seems like they're both so comfortable in their skin. So refreshing!

This morning when I woke up I thought, I wonder if they've woken up yet? figuratively and literally :)

phd in yogurtry said...

blognut -- yes, I'm looking forward to the "next" part too.

jenn -- I like her sense of style, too. She's got that tall figure and she looks great in what she chooses.

stephanie -- yes, and I have been having a party (in my head) since election day. what a relief! and what a celebration!

dkuroiwa -- the news journalists say that Obama is one of the most exciting international figures ever. I'm overjoyed he is working for "us".

heather -- I wonder the same, especially after a night of 9 or 10 inaugural balls. Michelle's feet have got to be in some serious hurt!

Lisa Wheeler Milton said...

What an amazing day.

Eudea-Mamia said...

They do make a striking couple. I did enjoy them dancing together last night at one of the balls - they looked like newlyweds.

Guardedly optimistic!!

Mental P Mama said...

Amen!

Deb said...

It's all been said, but I had to comment...we are beginning a new day here, and I can't wait.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

Maybe we did overcome. :-)

Queers United said...

beautiful image, historic and special

julie70 said...

I loved his books, so I feel now about him like about a friend, like I feel after reading from all of you from the blogs.

Thanks for changing the colors: now I can read, I'll make link to my blog to this.