Thursday, January 22, 2009

Watching History in the Making

Well, it's finally arrived. After a campaign that seemed to last forever, Barack Obama is now president of the United States. I watched every minute of the coverage. Although I didn't start out supporting him, I hope he is able to accomplish most of what he and the rest of us envision for our country. Anderson, as usual, did a superb job reporting this historic event. Like he said, "just because it's a cliche doesn't mean it isn't true." It was truly a historic moment and I'm glad I didn't miss it.

It's sad that the Senator Ted Kennedy suffered another seizure during the luncheon. For people who are ill or elderly, days of celebration can very often prove to be too much them. I wouldn't be surprised if he didn't take his medication that day. When the daily routine is changed like it was that day, it's not unusual for some daily tasks to be overlooked.

Now on to the important stuff, how did you all like the Innaugural gowns? Personally, I really liked Jill Biden's. I also enjoyed watching them dance. Since I can't dance with the man of my dreams, I was feeling a bit envious.

Have a great night!

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