Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Oh, Happy Next Four Years

Noise from the living room roused me from a fitful sleep. Shuffling out of the bedroom, I found Jack staring wide-eyed at the television.

"What, did he win already?" I asked, stifling a yawn.

"Yes," Jack said. "He did."

And I burst into tears.

I do not ascribe to the religious beliefs presented in the following clip. However, the emotions expressed therein, along with select lyrics, correspond perfectly to the way I feel right now:


Beverly said...

It is a beautiful song Evn, and I too burst into tears of joy and hope. This is truly a happy night!

Evn said...

Sister Act 2 is not the world's greatest movie, but I love the music.

Here's to more joy and hope!

Red Delicious said...

At one of my old jobs, the director of the kids' summer drama camp adapted Sister Act 2 into a stage production.

And when she told me she was going to do it, she said it as though she'd just invented the concept of awesome.

Evn said...

I fail to see how that is not the reinvention of awesome.

Lisa Adams said...

I drank a toast and we shouted at the top of our lungs.. Did you see that Harris County actually voted Democratic this time around?

Evn said...

Li, I did see that. Blew my mind.

Anonymous said...

Just letting you know I just realized today that you had tagged me *hangs head in shame* lol, I hadn't checked my blog in a while lol. So here it is Tagged

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Hi Evn, from one of your readers up here in the Great White North. Congratulations, eh? You guys rock for electing Obama!

Diana Luciano Grayfox said...

Yes we did! And now I've tagged you for 6 Random Things: http://dianasmuse.blogspot.com/2008/11/six-random-things-meme.html

Evn said...

Thanks, Debra! We're pretty damn proud of ourselves right now.

Diana, I'll get right on it.

Rottie Mom, better late than never. ;)

Thalia Took said...

Aw, you're such a sweetie, bursting into tears like that.

I managed not to, though I almost did when I realized the man they'd gone in for a close up in Grant Park was Jesse Jackson, openly crying and biting his finger.

So happy to be a human, for once.

Yvonne Rathbone said...

Ah, I didn't see the comma at first and read:

"What did he win already?" I asked, stifling a yawn.

I thought: A toaster.

Commas are important.

So are presidents. I hope he likes his toaster.

Thalia Took said...

Yvonne, is that a groundhog?

I went to check my email today and there in the Yahoo news headlines was one about how German scientists may have found a cure for AIDS.

First thing I thought: Oh my God, is there nothing Obama can't do?

knottybynature said...

What, no 'tiptoeing through the tulips'?

Mike Rock said...

Dang that boy in the overalls is HAWT.