Posts Tagged ‘Obama’

The O-Nauguration

In honour of our 44th President, I made O-shaped pancakes. It’s really not that hard, just put a glass in the middle of the pan and then take it away once the first side is cooked.

Julia came over and we watched the speech and festivities. So glad to be rid of Bush; I can barely formulate a sentence to describe how much.

strange days indeed

strange days indeed

20

01 2009

Exhale.

Mission Accomplished

After two years of official and unofficial campaigning, we awake this morning to an America that looks forward to it’s first black President. More than that, we look forward to the change and progress so desperately needed after four years of … well, tyranny, under Bush 43.

I feel as though a huge burden is finally lifted from my shoulders. The weight of the world now falls on Obama, although he’s got a lot of supporters to share the load. With wide-eyed optimism we face the future. The spectre of the past 8 years is all but exorcised. We have a renewed sense of pride.

America is back. And I am, at least for a little while, at peace.

Photos from my voting experience, and the post-announcement celebration at the Cotler house. Charlie was in attendance, as was Johanna and my parents, and many other parents of classmates and other from my +1 generation.

strange days indeed

strange days indeed

strange days indeed

strange days indeed

strange days indeed

05

11 2008