Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Day 21: Moving Day!








No dead plant story/photo could compete with this! What an exciting day! (And thanks, MBC, for the photo op!)

20 comments:

Reds said...

Love the moving van! What a moment in history!

Cari said...

I was so proud all day...couldn't take my eyes off the tv. I am glad that my kids got to watch all of this at school today too! Love your shots!
Cari

Jena Photography said...

A very interesting day it is for sure. TFS.

Stephanie said...

Very inspiring day today!

Lauren said...

I know! I tell you, watching him walk out for the ceremony gave me goosebumps. And not trying to sound negative, but watching the Bush's helicopter leave the ground made me extremely grateful. It was a fantastic day. Now the work REALLY begins...for all of us!

Mom2Drew said...

A definite day in history!

Margaret said...

What a historic day!

--sme said...

No dead plant could compete indeed! Great memories of the day!

Shanna Jones said...

I think that moving day pic is funny...LOL

Becca said...

I wish I had thought to take pics of the t.v.! I've taken plenty before of non-historic stuff. Great idea!

Susan Beth said...

Very smart you are to have those shots!

Gypsy Girl said...

You got some cool shots.

janett said...

It's been a pretty historic day, hasn't it?

jodar said...

Great idea and photos.I watched soem it her ein Australia and also got goose bumps hearing his speech! good capture of a moment in history!

Linnao said...

Great shots!

Maria said...

Loved his speech, too. Of course, with that "melted chocolate" in his voice, he could read the phone book and I'd still be mesmerized. I'm so glad the Bush years are over!

Becky said...

We were on the same wavelength for POTD! I was so into watching the swearing-in on TV that when they said, "Please rise," I found myself getting off my couch. :-D

Susan said...

I haven't seen the moving van pic befire, thanks for sharing

Michelle Duckworth said...

My post is on the inauguration also... I watched it all day!

shirley said...

Great shots. History in the making!