It's a singularly amazing day and I'm unapologetically optimistic for all of us.
Let's hope this ushers in a new era for America...a much better era than the one we've just endured.
Let's hope we all remember that our President cannot solve our national woes alone. He needs us, the citizens, to stand up and act. I think the national day of service was a good start at creating a national mentality of service to our nation. We must always remember JFK's words about asking what WE can do for our country. And then we must do it.
Yes, it's time for us to get down to work. It's a huge job ahead of us.
I would like a call to go out to people who have not been too adversely affected yet to find a way to help people and institutions that have. We can all find someway or someone to help. I am convinced of that.
Is it just me or does the air smell better? :-)
Scott - In most of the country, for sure. Just my luck to have flatulent pets.
Well, Scott...NPR coverage, just now: A vendor selling Obama air fresheners on the streets near the Mall: "Open them up, they smell like Hope."I just fear they'll smell too much like Hope, Arkansas.
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