Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Happy Happy Joy Joy

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The members of the Strangetastes family are doing the Happy Happy Joy Joy dance! My wife and I waited about an hour and forty-five minutes to vote but it was worth it. We wish the best to President-Elect Obama and hope for a fresh wind blowing across our country. Join us, Ren and Stimpy in dancing for joy.




TOMORROW:
Thursday Arch Series (new day in America?)

13 comments:

Virginia said...

You crack me up!!! I am laughing so hard. Are you going to perform that little number at the office today? HUMMMM?

U "R" Us said...

IN. DEED. !

Got my post up, and the rest of the pix on flickr, which I'll spin out on the blog for a few days.

Jilly said...

Love the Happy Happy Joy JOy song! I'm falling about. After the emotion of such a wonderful night, many tears - the song was a tonic.

As I said on my blogs, thank you America for voting for this exceptional man - a leader for America - charismatic, intelligent, lucid and calm - just what the world needs at this time. Change has come and it's GOOD.

Olivier said...

CHAMPAGNE.......................

JM said...

Congratulations on your new president! I'm really happy too!

Cate said...

I'm there dancing with you all! There's a big road ahead of us as a country, but this is the start of some incredible changes!

Jen said...

Happy Happy Joy Joy indeed. We were all doing the Snoopy dance last night!

PJ said...

Jilly said it best, I can't improve on her sentiments, it's exactly what I'm feeling.

Jackie said...

I've just loved looking at the portal today- there have been so many pictures of Obama it's been brilliant. I didn't watch the coverage at the time as I was so scared the opinion polls had got it horribly wrong. But it was great to wake up to the tail end of his acceptance speech. What a great day not just for America but for us all over the world.

Anonymous said...

Love Ren and Stimpy's version of the fist bumb - the "butt bumb." A great day indeed! I was fully prepared to join other expatriates abroad if yet another election was stolen from American voters. Let's hope Obama is the beginning of the end of the "Me" mindset and the divisive, conservative profession of promoting two separate USAs.

USelaine said...

And if you thought voting for President was fun, wait until you see the January theme day ballot just waiting for you to make your voice heard! 8^)

babooshka said...

Thanks for doing the right thing. Obama is needed for the world, not just America. An extra thanks for Ren and Stimpy who I haven't seen for far too long. McCain and Palin surely.

Pat said...

Even those of us who voted for McCain love to see the happy emotions running high all around the US. Here's hoping that President Obama is great for our nation!