Tuesday, January 20, 2009

A Day For the Ages


Tuskeegee Airmen

4 comments:

©Hotbutton Press said...

What a joyous day before the hard work begins. Our times are enough to make an atheist fall into prayer. ;)

Dani
http://twitter.com/QuakeBooks

Karen Syed said...

Just finished watching the signing of the papers and I am not ashamed to say that I have the excitement of a child on Christmas morning who just discovered a really cool box to play in!

I have some things stewing in my mind, but I said aloud for the first time today that no longer can my life be just about me, from now on, it's about us!

http://karensyed.blogspot.com

Diana Black said...

Our country tis of thee,
Sweet land of liberty...

WHOO-HOO!!!!

Diana
http://basicblackblog.blogspot.com

Mary Cunningham said...

I feel like a black cloud has been lifted.

Yes, Dani,the work will be hard, but you're right, Karen, it's not about "me" anymore. We're all in this together.

Diana, you're not gonna sing to me, are you? LOL I double your WhOO-HOO!!