November 5, 2008

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY

9 comments:

Leah November 5, 2008 at 9:19 AM  

The Obamas seem like a really nice family, and he seems like a genuine guy to me - I hope he's a good president!

manamoon November 5, 2008 at 10:07 AM  

BEAUTIFUL my friend, absolute perfection!

Did you cry as much as I did? Did your heart fill with hope of a new tomorrow? Did you wake up feeling different this morning as though you'd woken into a world where all things are possible?

I KNOW YOU DID!♥

neferiti November 5, 2008 at 11:42 AM  

Beautiful family! And yes I cried...I don't know if people really realize the huge significant of Obama as the President of United States! I wish Obama’s grandmother and my grandparents could have been alive to see this happen! This is truly a great day in America! History has been forever changed.

Helen

"Judge me not by the color of my skin, but by the content of my character"

--Martin Luther King Jr.

TC November 5, 2008 at 1:14 PM  

This is a wonderful photograph of them! I am so happy that he is the new U.S. President!! :D

storybeader November 5, 2008 at 5:16 PM  

aren't they some happy people. I'm so glad we will have Obama for our president!

Amy Lilley Designs November 5, 2008 at 5:30 PM  

I have the same beautiful photo on my blog today for WW..YES WE DID!!!

Jade November 6, 2008 at 1:27 AM  

A very beautiful photograph. I am really overjoyed to hear the good news. I hope he becomes successful with the change we all want.

Pam Hawk November 6, 2008 at 3:51 PM  

Oh yes, and I wish him every success possible. We all need it to heal so many things...

Michael November 6, 2008 at 7:34 PM  

That is a beautiful photo. Not only because of the beauty of their family, but because of what it represents for American. Just so you know, I am a white 59 year old male. I grew up in a time when prejudice and inequality were headline news - every day. I voted for President-elect Obama, as did my wife. I posted a story on my blog Tuesday night. It's a blog about the fifties. I started out with articles related to prejudice, murder of black men and women, and acquittal of the white assailants. Then I scrapped all that because it seemed inappropriate. It seemed we have finally arrived at a point where we should not look back with regrets for what was, but rather look forward with faith and hope for what can be. I'm confident this charismatic leader can break down the doors that have divided us and build bridges that unite us. God bless him.

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