Monday, January 19, 2009

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."
-MLK

In celebration of today and tomorrow and big dreams that come true, hooray for us all!
Photo: Damon Winter/The New York Times


p.s. have you seen the footage from Washington? wow.

15 comments:

High Desert Diva said...

I'm open to hope.

A Woman Of No Importance said...

And hope is sometimes all we have to hold on to...

heidi said...

a new day dawns.

cindy* said...

all i can really say is, "yay!"

Elizabeth said...

Hooray!
Free at last
so glad we have turned a new page.

Anonymous said...

Yes We Can

Joie

Esti said...

now we can breathe...

Julia said...

Heidi put it perfectly :) A new day has dawned!

Camille said...

Obama's inauguration speech was, I think, the best speech I've ever heard. Living so close to DC and hearing all the local excitement has really added to this wonderful day.

hmstrjam said...

woohoo!

Katrina said...

happy inauguration day! go, barack!

Amy@Old Sweet Song said...

Happy happy happy day!

mayaluna said...

Yes!!! Still feeling quite teary, but settling into the joy and wonder of it all. Next step: how to harness all of this wonderful excitement and put it to good use!
xo

raining sheep said...

Wow that was pretty spectacular. Americans just really can do a fabulous inauguration day. Your new president is very inspirational and an amazing orator...that speech was incredible. I think it's wonderful that Americans feel inspired - I sense that has not been the case for the last eight years. Someone said (can't remember where I read this) that a true leader is most effective when he or she can inspire hope within the people who they lead.

Tyler said...

crazy happy. a grand day indeed. 'open for hope', brilliant.

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