Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Sun Bathing With Barack


Well...I'm getting warmer. As I make my way through the Presidential Campaign rallying taking place here in the Lone-star State I seem to be getting closer. Since I gave Hillary a "cold", I'll give Barack a "warmer".

After miraculously making it to the 5th row of his town meeting downtown (okay, so it was more like finagling than miraculous) We spent the afternoon in the sun with the hippest of the pre-nominee's. I still think no matter what I do, Obama will be President. He's too exciting for people. Not for me personally though. He comes out cracking jokes and building up the country. The focus on 'The time is NOW', 'We can do it, YES WE CAN"! and the "UNITED States of America".My Miracle today, the side pack that comfortably held sleeping Morzy's weight, so my back didn't have to.

10 comments:

JAMIE COOK~ said...

I have always been partial to Obama...He really is a different person than Hilary. He is great---I think he might end up being my vote in the end---If i can manage to do it, still so upset

Tara, Doug, and Isaac said...

I am so proud of you for taking your little girl on adventures outside the realm of a library or grocery store! My mom says she used to take her little kids everywhere, and I tend to avoid taking Isaac on adventures that would interrupt his nap schedule. I want to though, and I know it will be worth it.

I've loved your blog posts and I've never seen such positive affirmation in my life as I see from the people who comment on your blog! You'll change the world with your incredible warmth and the support of your loved ones!

Sally said...

Next time we go somewhere, let's remember sunscreen! I wonder if our luck will hold out and we'll keep getting into these places?! I guess so, cause I think we're just getting better at it! Here's to the front row if McCain comes to San Antonio! Of course, he probably won't have his rally in the slums--his will be somewhere nice.

H-less E-less said...

PS I hate these pics of myself but thought you all might appreciate seeing me with unwashed hair, sweating.I even spruced them up blackening the edges...yep, I know you love it! Here's to sharing bad pics :D

Brianne and Jarod Stewart said...

Sara...girl you are AMAZING. What a woman! I love that you go ALL over doing all sorts of fun and interesting things. (I hope that you will come to visit us in Houston, and that we will have the opportunity to come and see you.) I agree with your post on the internet, and will be forever thankful for it, because I have been able to "re-connect" with some pretty amazing friends! I seriously think that middle school was one of my favorite times growing up!

Thanks for ALWAYS making me smile ;)

Kelli W. said...

Hey, I like him too but I don't want him for our President. He's under fire in the media now for being all talk and not much to back it up. His economic plan is a disaster! I'm still looking at McCain even though I don't "like" him as well. I think I'll still vote Republican. Maybe it's my way of still backing Romney? It makes sense what he said and why he is endorsing McCain. I'm sure the discussion will continue.

JAMIE COOK~ said...

I do love the pics...and i cannot beleive you would need sunscreen! I wish, I wish...it is still freezing (in my op) here...Bad pics makes you more real---right?
Ps i have been obsessing about that jumper thingy ever since I saw it and looking everywhere. I love it

SusieQ said...

Bad pictures? What are you talking about? You're gorgeous.

H-less E-less said...

kelli-
I agree that I think Barack can Talk (like the rhyming?!). I think many people are swayed by his like-ability,newness, and call for change. I have a hard time believing he can do much of what he says though. In fact, tonight while watching the debate, he was so uninspiring, under confident, dull, slow speaking, and quite honestly incapable. Harsh? Just what I thought tonight. I had a realization that much of his ideas seem stolen from Clinton with just a little tweaking. If all I knew of him was this debate tonight I would hands down vote for Clinton (and that's saying something)...anyway. I keep reminding myself that they don't have "all power" like they campaign to have..."I'll do this, I'll make sure this..This will happen"- there are lots of people in on these crucial decisions.

I am voting McCain (for today at least). And he actually looks and feels better than the alternative. And this is the first time I've felt that.

H-less E-less said...

Tara,
I'm all about taking the little ones everywhere. I think naps and schedules can be beneficial and some people swear by them, but for me there needs to be exceptions. I find that children are adapters, at least mine. If they miss a nap at noon they'll take one at 2. I enjoy the freedom of being able to live with them, not around their schedules. Everyone's different though.

Don't be afraid to change it up! :D