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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Day in History.

Even if I didn't vote for him or completely agree with his politics, I still believe he is a good human being and will {hopefully} make our economy + nation stronger. This is a day to remember and I will be watching. My older kids are at the ages where they could probably remember such an event and I want them to. It's the first time they've been alive for an inauguration let alone such a historic one. So the other day on GMA they posted the Obama Chili recipe, it's a recipe the new president has made over the years. I think considering today (and our high of 19 degrees) I couldn't think of anything more fitting.

7 comments:

[BrookeO] said...

J. I love this.
I could not agree more.
I was actually watching the morning news today and ran down to make this very post.
Wow, what a day in history for sure.
Can you believe it!!

Call me later!!

Plain Jame said...

Ditto to your post!

Jason and Stephanie said...

Great post. For some reason my pediatrician knew I wasn't a big Obama fan. When I took Sarah to her appointment today I expressed my excitement about the day and talked about how excited my kids were to be able to witness the event on TV at school. We had a great chat about supporting our current president--I think she was a little (pleasantly) surprised. Obama chili, huh. Sounds interesting!!!

Haley said...

I am so with you. His speech was inspiring. I am always amazed what you can find too. Obama chili sounds great.

Plain Jame said...

OK, so I was all pumped, and then whats up with him freeing terrorists in Guantanamo bay the very first half of the very first day he's in office?

.. a little fishy to me that it was his first item of business. Nevertheless, I want to try to stay positive and wait to see if he can walk on water like everyone seems to believe.

Lindsey said...

I agree.
Your blog header is mad cute!

Rachel said...

Where are u?
How's potty training goin?
You baby ticker says 99 days! WOW!