Yes it was freezing; yes the logistics were not the greatest; yes a lot of people even with tickets to the Inauguration didn’t get in at all. But it was worth every bit of hassle to be a part of history. Being a part of the huge crowd and witnessing President Obama take the oath of office brought tears to my eyes. We met some wonderful people and everyone was so excited, joyful and happy. The video I took wasn’t the best (and I still can’t get the video I took of Obama’s Inauguration speech to upload to YouTube or Facebook) but it is one of my proudest possessions. I am humbled and honored to have been there. And I wanted to share these pictures with you. Whether you agree or not with his political stand, at least marvel at so many people gathering to celebrate our country!
I didn’t do a whole lot of cooking this past week…I was sick for a part of it and then the Inauguration excitement took over the holiday weekend. But I will be back tomorrow with the first installment of Bittman Thursdays and I’m still on the hunt for DC’s best burger (thank you for all the restaurant suggestions…keep them coming)! Next up, my review of DC Chophouse’s burger.
2 responses to “A Day I Will Never Forget”
That’s so funny, I’ve also been on the hunt for the best burger in DC and was going to do a post on it! I can’t wait to see what you’ve found. So far I like Central’s burger the best.
Your photos have certainly captured the moment!