History was made today and I don't even know how to digest the fact that this actually happened. This is the first time in my entire life where I really really wish that I was somewhere in the States right now. It's weird actually cause my neighborhood is totally silent like it usually is. But I'm sitting here, on my computer, constantly checking twitter and my RSS feed, just in total shock but I'm in the mood to dance around in a crowd filled with some type of indescribable energy, hugging strangers as I go. If I have the time for it, I'm totally going to have an Obama party and try to raise funds for something. I'm also sad that I don't have any pro-Obama stuff to wear tomorrow. I'm gonna see if I can DIY something between now and the morning. Earlier I sat on my couch with my mom, both of us in tears as Obama spoke, and holy shit... I just had OMG rolling past my head in constant repeat.
Now hopefully America will continue to make me proud and will vote NO on Prop 8.
There's no way in hell I'm going to sleep at all tonight. I'm way too wired.
OTHER AWESOME THINGS THAT ARE AWESOME
"Rosa sat so Martin could walk, Martin walked so Barack could run, Barack is running so our children can fly." That 86-letter text message is being forwarded from cell phone to cell phone. It began among African Americans, then went viral, posted in various blogs. Exactly when it was first sent, who sent it and how many times it has been forwarded, we don't know.
OKAY OKAY SO DURING THE SPEECH WHEN HE WAS LIKE
"This victory doesn't belong to me... it belongs to you."
AMAZING AMAZING SPEECH. THIS IS SO EPIC.
LMFAO. The bolded part was an Avatar reference that I couldn't resist re-posting.
WE ARE THE OBAMANATION