I found myself getting pretty choked up at times while watching the ceremonies in D.C. as Kamala Harris and Joe Biden were sworn in — and I’m not even American. So, I can imagine how many citizens of the United States are feeling today.
I am so happy for you, and for the world, really. Of course, the citizens of the United States and the world have a long way to go to overcome all that ails us, and we can’t expect one man and one woman to solve all the problems. But we can count on them to give it their all because they are good, honest people.
To all my American readers, congratulations on a new beginning in your country.
God bless, America.
ALOHA JILLIAN: …. hope i find u healthy & safe….hau’oli makahiki hou/happy new year….. are you perhaps saying that you may miss our last POTUS??…. sending love & aloha to you from the north shore of Maui….
Miss Trump? Hahahahahahaha! Not a chance.
Imagine being held hostage for four years.
We’re free. At last, we’re free.
I really enjoyed the Biden’s theme. In a sense he is where Lincoln would have been had he lived a bit longer, needing to bring together two sides that have grown so hostile and hateful.
A random thought today: I found Mr. Biden has come across at times with the same sense of ernestness Jimmy Stewart had in It’s a Wonderful Life.