Wednesday, November 5

Blue Mood.

In the best kind of blue moods! I am so proud and happy.
I hope the country will pull behind our new President and
we'll all feel a great sense of humanity and hopefulness.


*created from my flickr faves.

23 comments:

A Day That Is Dessert said...

Me too!!! I feel so inspired! Beautiful post.

M.Lane said...

Amen. Great post. I really enjoy your blog!

ML
mlanesepic.blogspot.com

jillian said...

What a beautiful time in our lives! I am full of gratitude to be a part of this moment. I love your post...

jillian said...

is there any way that you could make this a print to purchase on etsy? Please...

sue said...

i second that on etsy..beautiful print..beautiful post

Uncle Beefy said...

Great collection...and agreed, V. It's a good day.

Charlie said...

What a beautiful and hopeful day it is today. A huge sigh of relief.

c*liz said...

I went to bed with a huge smile on my face and woke up to find it still there. Definitely the best kind of blue I have felt in a long time.

Melissa said...

Love it! What a sweet way to celebrate the day. The new, glorious, bright day.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations from Italy!!!
I'm very happy this day!

Anonymous said...

Congrats from Canada! We were glued to CNN last night. This election has restored the worlds' faith in America. What a beautiful thing. We need leaders like Obama in our country.

Anonymous said...

im from the philippines, but while watching president obama's speech i couldnt help but shed tears. its a glorious glorious day indeed! yay!!!

Lyndsy said...

Yay! I feel the exact same way and am proud of being an American today more than ever :)

Anonymous said...

We are all American today!
:)
(Italy)

Anonymous said...

What lovely posts from your international readers! It's such a good sign, isn't it?

I am feeling gloriously bright blue today too. What a great way to put it!

jbhat

i'm Carrie, lovely to meet you… said...

OH HAPPY DAY!!

i'm so PROUD and so full of HOPE!

i'm also so excited about the outpouring of international support.

hugs!

francine said...

but yes to prop8 ? I am flabbergasted

Proud Canuck, Happy for Change said...

Come up to Canada -- there is no such bias as Prop 8 up here in our country. We embrace everyone equally. That is our Obama. May we all unite as one.

sfgirlbybay said...

honestly, i never put anything too political on the blog, because, well i don't want to get in your face about my own beliefs and postions on issues. so i did this with some trepidation, but also with a strong sense of pride and hope. i was so happy that no one was offended, and instead, felt the same sense of excitement so many of us are feeling. thank you so much for your inspiring thoughts and comments.

and, thank you for requesting i make a print, but these are flickr faves, and i don't own these images, so i am unable to do that. nice thought, though - thanks!

sfgirlbybay said...

oh, and yes to Prop 8 was a huge disappointment. i had hoped for more humanity from californians.

Charlie said...

I was completely shocked to yes on Prop 8. I agree, I thought Californians were more progressive than that.

Massilianana said...

Congratulations from France ! Mr Obama has a tough job ahead of him and I cross my fingers that he lives up to the American people's ( and the world's...) expectations .

Anonymous said...

I’m Italian and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is not speaking in my name.
I'm Mari from Italy