Tuesday, November 4, 2008

And Then It Was Night

Ladies and gentlemen: Holy Shoosh. Me thinks this election day stands next to September 11th as one of the most memorable days in history during my lifetime. Only, of course, this is a day to celebrate.

Regretably, tomorrow the fam and I are hitting the open road to say goodbye to Bryan's grandmother so I will not be personally posting for the rest of the week. In my absence, please enjoy a few guest posts from my very own daddy-o and big bro on Thursday and Friday (more relative Petunia Face to come throughout the month).
As for now: I am happy. I am hopeful. I am full and I am out (of here).
Pedal to the metal,


Megan said...

My thoughts are with you, Bryan, Zoe and his family as you say goodbye to his grandmother. I offer my condolences. Be safe on your trip.

Jozette said...

I am so sorry. I was going to say 'have a good trip', but that's not appropriate. :( I don't know what to say, I realize as I just stared at my screen for about 60 seconds. My thoughts are with you.

And... hooray for hope.

Jennifer said...

I'm so sorry about his grandmother. Have a safe trip.

SO exciting about the election though!!

Aartee said...

Have a safe trip and again I am sorry about Bryan's grandmother...Can we have a guest post from Zoey??

crabapple said...

So sorry about your sad news of late...Hope everything changes for the better for you.

Condolences on Bryan's grandmother.

Maggie May said...

I hope your trip is calm and uneventful. Don't hesitate to email me if you need anything, I'm in SD!

Heather, paperfollies.typepad.com said...

"Listen to the Mustn'ts"

Listen to the MUSTN'TS, child,
Listen to the DON'TS
Listen to the SHOULDN'TS
Listen to the NEVER HAVES~
Then listen close to me--
Anything can happen, child,
ANYTHING can be.
~ Shel Silverstein

Erin said...

Last night truly was one of the most amazing historical nights I have ever experiences. SO excited about Obama.

I'm so sorry to hear about Bryan's grandma. Love to all of you.