I've always imagined paradise as something like a library. -- Geraldine Brooks in March.
An historic election.
Congratualtions from the Netherlands with your new president! This is a great day for the USA and for the world.
Historic indeed! Please Visit my entry Little J with the witches here and kids at the party here2nd part of Halloween Trick or treat at Rockwell
Yes, I'm feeling so overwhelmed and full of joy tonight!!! Thanks for stopping by from around the world - I now have hope for global peace!
I am so happy!!!!
I WAS THERE!!!!Man, it was amazing.
Oh Jen, I'm so jealous!!! I bet it was amazing, just that energy. You'll never forget it!
Can we fix it? Yes we can! Obama!!
Yay!! It was an exciting night last night. :)
*happy celebration dance!!!!*
I'm still smiling!Lezlie
Sigh...for the first time in 8 years I woke up with a smile in my heart...a huge cloud has lifted. Now perhaps we can all begin recovery from PTSD. The enormity of what this means to my African American husband and people of color in this country and around the world is yet to be measured.
Congratulations!! Another history was made! I am an Obama fan!Mine is up. Hope you can drop by.http://www.inthespiritofdance.com/2008/11/wordless-wednesday-no15-one-happy-kid.htmlHappy WW!
Whee! Whee! I am SO happy!
Though this post has some weeks on it by now, I thought I'd pop by your blog once again and check out more of your posts. As I already said, in Denmark, a large paper made a poll about who would you vote for if you could vote in the US pres. election. 85% of the Danes said they'd vote for Obama. That is surprising as we have a prime minister who has been in power as long time as Bush and that he is best pals with Bush AND he has managed to win three prime minister elections with more than 50 % of the votes. How can 85% want Obama. Hmmmm. I desperately hope we have an election soon in Denmark as well. And I really hope that we will see a better world now. Not just for African Americans but for all people. I am not sure Obama can end wars. But I am sure he can change the outlook of USA making other nations care more about your wonderful country over there. I used to live in Washington DC and has been back to USA many times since then. A belated congrats with your new pres!!! Woohooo. It was a big day for sure.
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