Saturday, January 17, 2009

The Inauguration of Barack Obama

I have so much to tell you, but right now the only thing that could possibly be on my mind is. . . The Inauguration.

Okay, I lied. But still, there's nothing else on TV.

I wrote something about the inauguration at The Second Road, a guest post, and hope you don't mind going over there to read it.

It's going to take me awhile to process my vacation. And you know you want pictures. But they have to develop and these things take time.

I'll get to it, I promise.



P.S. You can get the full text of the WSJ article I discuss, Steven Waldman's Power of Prayer here.


blognut said...

I popped over there and read the post; it's a good one. You're right on, you know. If we are going to keep saying we have freedom of religion, then we must certainly acknowledge that whether we have one religious figure or ten of them at the inauguration. Personally, I was disappointed with Obama's choice, but I like Obama so I will overlook it just this once.

Mark said...

Relish this time in history.

therapydoc said...

I can do that as long as none of my patients jump out of windows because they lost the money they thought they'd use for retirement.

But sure, this is lovely, this inaugural week.

Dr. Deb said...

I am so gonna enjoy this day. I have my tissues ready for my tears of joy!

Liara Covert said...

At a given moment, we choose what gives our life meaning. If it makes you feel good, then you are on the right track of what works for you.