Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Okay, the knitting's going to have to wait another day.

I don't want to flog you with my political beliefs and I don't care how corny it sounds, but this is a great day for America, and I am proud of this country and its voters. My dear cousin Beth signed off an email to me this morning as "a wonderfully reinvigorated citizen." I think that says it perfectly.

Go America.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Gus's Granddad said...

It was wonderful to watch and to participate in. I even thought John McCain's concession speech was one of the best I've seen from him (perhaps it was the content, of course), gracious and well-delivered. Larry Curry and Josh Shapiro each won uncontested races (remember when the 153rd and 154th were GOP strongholds?), and we may have elected a D out here in Chester County (too close for the Inquirer to call).
All in all a fine day (except for Steve Smith). Obama will have a very difficult time, I am sure, and will probably err a few times, but I have confidence that he is intelligent enough and flexible enough to get us on the right track.

9:26 AM  
Anonymous Curlygirl said...

YES WE DID!!!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

(My verification word is shippi!)

1:49 PM  

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