This Is History!

I’ve been watching CNN since very early in the morning today, and I really got tears run down of my eyes when I saw Barack Obama sworn into office.  Let’s take a moment and relive the historical moment, people.

I am so proud of him and so proud of us all.  Change is indeed happening!

God Bless America.

On a lighter note, our First Lady looked fabulous in her Isabel Toledo dress and coat,  and I just LOVE Malia and Sasha.  They’re too cute!


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8 Responses to “This Is History!”

 Keyera  01.20.2009 | 11:12 pm

Yes. First One to comment on this historic moment. It even bought me to tears because just 70 years ago Blacks and White wasn't even allowed to drink from the same water fountain. But as alot of people push Barack Obama to be all that Rev.Martin L. King dream of, it is a bigger meaning to the speech. I hope Barack Obama 4 year term as president is successful and he and his family is safe.

 De_Pastry  01.21.2009 | 12:26 am

That is a lot of pressure and things to live up to in MLK's speech but we know he can do it. Go Obama!!!!

 NiA JoHnSoN  01.20.2009 | 11:24 pm

I didnt get to go to the Inauguration but I was at home on my couch cheerin OBAMA on.I know as a young person that change is going to come with OBAMA in the White House.I am so happy to see the first black person as a president. So all i have to say is Go OBAMA love Nia Johnson

 De_Pastry  01.21.2009 | 12:24 am

I am very glad the Barack Obama is our President. This is a very historic moment in my life. Hope he will stand an 8 year term. Change will be made but not for a long time. We all can wait for what is about to come with Obama and Biden. Congrats Biden family and Obama family.

 Keyera  01.21.2009 | 2:05 pm

Me too. But on the down side 4 years as President, no let me rephrase that, 4 years as a African American President. It is going to be tough for him. He was so nervous during the oath he messed up. But I am praying for him and his family.

 Mary  09.26.2010 | 7:09 pm

President Obama did not mess up. The judge that was given the oaths messed up, and he stopped so he could correct what he was saying. The president knew the oath. Therefore he knew that the judge was messsing up. Please do not tell anyone the president messed up. You will be incorrect.

 nettie  01.22.2009 | 4:29 am

i am so proud!

 Kayvona_B  01.23.2009 | 1:43 am

that was an awesome day, we watched it in school

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