night everyone


Eldest living sisiter of Dr. King, Christine King Farris

Two-year-old Elias Kabongo of Waldorf poses for his parents at the Martin Luther King memorial (Washington Post – thank you Marlz)


Coming up:


10:50 ET: The President holds an event at Asheville Regional Event in Fletcher, NC.

4:50: Gives remarks at West Wilkes High School in Millers Creek, NC.


11:0: Visits YMCA on Guilford Technical Community College campus in Jamestown, NC.

5:00: Delivers remarks at Greensville County High School in Emporia, VA


10:30: Delivers remarks at Joint Base Langley-Eustis

2:40: Speaks to fire fighters at Fire Station 9 North Chesterfield, VA


An Afghan carpet seller displays a handmade rug bearing the image of US President Barack Obama inside his shop in Kabul, Afghanistan. The shop owner said the he spent a year sewing the carpet and that it is not for sale. (From Boston.com – thank you Loriah)

73 Responses to “night everyone”

  1. 1 GGail
    October 16, 2011 at 10:35 pm

    Good night Chipsticks. At this moment in time….you have the best blog site that I have seen. You manage to keep the information current and reliable, you receive great information from us and you post it quickly. You manage and weed out drama.

    It’s after days like this that I marvel at your talents and love for TOD.

    I humbly thank you for this site.

    May blessings fall on you for the rest of your lovely life. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • 2 hopefruit2
      October 16, 2011 at 10:44 pm

      GGail I echo everything you’ve said. Have a wonderful evening to you, Chipsticks and the TOD family!

      • 3 Jennifer
        October 16, 2011 at 10:46 pm

        Me three! What an oasis this can be from the craziness. Have a delightful weekend!

        • October 16, 2011 at 11:26 pm

          Me four. This site wore me out today and i was mostly reading. ‘Night Chips.

          • 5 nathkatun7
            October 17, 2011 at 12:46 am

            Me five. Chipstick really deserves a goodnight, and may be also some rest. This is really a wonderful blog site. I must confess I found this site through Blackwaterdog’s fabulous site. I miss BWD’s site, but I am so glad I found this site. I just love the fearlessness, in defending our great President, of many who post here. Most importantly, I am really in awe of Chipsticks for the amount of time and energy she puts in covering and highlighting stories and events about President Obama. For a person like me who decided to boycott corporate media, this site helps me learn what’s going on in MSM. So, I wish to add my thanks to Chipsticks for the hard work she is put in maintaining this wonderful blog. She is truly one of the most inspiring people who have President Obama’s back. I hope you have a good night Ms. Chips!

            • 6 L3
              October 17, 2011 at 9:08 am

              Me six. This is my first stop in the morning and my last stop in the evening and I check in all throughout the day. Thank you Chipsticks.

              • 7 utaustinliberal
                October 17, 2011 at 6:05 pm

                Me seven. Chipsticks you are a proud bastion of information. You are a fierce advocate for President Obama. You are tireless and I thank you for all your work.

    • October 16, 2011 at 11:45 pm

      Oh my! How beautifully stated, GG, and supported wholeheartedly!

  2. October 16, 2011 at 10:42 pm

    Chips I just left a thank you message on the last thread but you changed threads on me before
    it posted:) So just let me say thank you again for all you do. As GGail said above this is truly
    the best blog site. Today’s coverage was exceptional. You are truly a blessing.

    • October 16, 2011 at 10:45 pm

      Ah, Hope44 and GGail, you’ve just made me blush! Thank you so much, all of this is my absolute pleasure, it’s not work at all, a pure joy. And I get to meet people like you two. Thanks again, you’re lovely.

  3. October 16, 2011 at 10:45 pm

    Chips, you are spectacular. A million, trillion, gazillion thanks for all you do! Today was amazing.

    ♥ Good night, TOD Family. ♥

    Press On.

  4. October 16, 2011 at 10:49 pm

    Whoa! PBO is gonna be in Chesterfield on Wednesday???? I live on the border of Chesterfield County! Woot!

  5. 15 a4alice
    October 16, 2011 at 10:49 pm

    Thanks Chipsticks it IS a wonderful site – I don’t know how you do it all, but thanks again. Good night! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. 16 HZ
    October 16, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    Chipsticks, I want to concur with every word that GGail stated. This is my peaceful haven. In times of pain and difficulties, I find a restfulness that is pure, gentle, informative, and respectful. I appreciate everything you give to us here, Chips.

    May total blessings always come your way and may our thoughts of goodness grace this beautiful site each day we are given the breath of life.

    Blessings and Loving Peace to you our beloved Chipsticks,

    • 17 hopefruit2
      October 16, 2011 at 11:33 pm

      G’nite HZ. Nice having you here with us today and hope you get some healing rest tonight!

    • October 17, 2011 at 7:08 am

      Hz, you always state things so beautifully. Chips has given us so much joy with this site and a sense of peace. I literally don’t know how we would do without her. Today Chips surpassed even her best. An incredible, beautiful, inspiring day.

  7. October 16, 2011 at 11:03 pm

    Wow- I think you may have surpassed yourself today Chips.. this is something.. very touching ending to a truly wonderful day. Thank you, night all~

  8. October 16, 2011 at 11:06 pm

    that tapestry.. just really got to me.. there are so many people around the world who feel as we do, and thank you for letting us know about them.. for allowing us to connect with them even in a small way right here at this peaceful site.

  9. October 16, 2011 at 11:06 pm

    Echoing all above comments. Marvelous!! THANKS a ZILLION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Left question at end of last thread: Anyone have any idea when Soledad’s special will be re-aired? I’ve checked Cnn’s website but can’t find even a hint.

  10. 22 Ceb
    October 16, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    Thanks Chips for making this a wonderful day. I almost feel as if I were there on the mall. Good night.

  11. October 16, 2011 at 11:23 pm

    Mr Brainwash’s statement was great as well as hilarious. Eat that ‘herb’ cain, the flavor of the week.

  12. 24 jacquelineoboomer
    October 16, 2011 at 11:25 pm

    Hi, Chips – It took me most of the day to fully watch my recording of the dedication … and I had to stop the recording of President Obama’s remarks several times, so I could get a grip in between. Mostly cried, then sobbed, then cried. For me – and so many others – it was not just thinking of the remarkable journey we are all on today with THIS President (as Paul McCartney would emphasize), but also remembering the total pain those of us who went through the ’60s were in, with the loss of such greatness – including President Kennedy and Dr. King.

    Tonight, I have peace of heart and mind, having reconciled all of my emotions earlier and now able to see the sheer beauty of the newest monument on the mall, our President and his family walking toward it, the singers singing, the crowds cheering, and individuals deep in the moment – both those attending and those watching from afar. Today was a gift. Okay, maybe a lot of people in our country don’t deserve the gift, but maybe someday all of our countrymen and women will see that this history-in-the-making is one, as all of us and so many others do now.

    Obama/Biden 2012 !!!! #PressOn

  13. October 16, 2011 at 11:27 pm

    Participating in the MLK memorial dedication made today a banner day for me. My very dear Ms Chips, I have NEVER traveled as much, or been as involved, informed and entertained (or emotional) without leaving home, as I have since we’ve met! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿ˜† The Chips-Obama Media & Travel Service performs a wonderful two thumbs up, not-for-personal-profit service, and while I can’t figure out how you maintain this high level of service day after day, I truly appreciate it, AND YOU. I pray that the (Irish) fairies will surround you and yours, keep you going strong, and grant you sweet dreams, Chica! Good night! Good night also TOD’ville, you are great travel companions. Good night, Joan, though you are hopefully resting up for tomorrow’s surgery.

    p.s. Ms Chips, If you plan to come to North America anytime soon, you have to come to my little northern corner, so I can joyfully say ‘mi casa, su casa’. [I’m told that’s how you open your home in welcome in Hispanic countries, ๐Ÿ˜‰ ] You know, Chica, once the 2012 elections are over you really should travel in all our directions. It would be a good turnaround if we could be the ones showing you the sights for a change.

    • 26 jacquelineoboomer
      October 16, 2011 at 11:35 pm

      Forgot to add my own personal thoughts to Joan before tomorrow’s surgery! Take care, Joan. We’ll be thinking of you.

  14. October 16, 2011 at 11:27 pm

    Chips, your coverage of today was excellent. Thanks.

  15. 28 vitaminlover
    October 16, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    Father, in Jesus Mighty Name thank you for keeping Our Beloved President completely safe in every way, shape and form. Let him always be in the right places at the right times. Thank you for the mighty warring angels guarding him and that he has a great 3 day excursion and that he is received with enthusiastic favor everywhere he goes. Thank you. Amen.

  16. 31 dotster3
    October 16, 2011 at 11:32 pm

    Summary selections are great here, chips. I add my heartfelt thanks for all your excellent work. Loved the Obama rug, and the thoughtful words he included. It must have been a labor of love for him, to spend a year on it. There are so many people around the world counting on us to get this most gifted man re-elected.

  17. 32 joyce
    October 16, 2011 at 11:35 pm

    This site is such a blessing and necessary at times like these. Thank you so much.

  18. October 16, 2011 at 11:38 pm

    Goodnight, you marvelous gazetteer! Thank you for helping us keep hope alive:-)

  19. October 16, 2011 at 11:41 pm

    Just watched a pretty favorable piece on the late local news about PBO coming to Chesterfield. It was presented with a smile, and some puzzlement over why PBO chose this small local firehouse. A few interviews, including with an older white gentleman that says he wants to see the President. Alas, the event is closed to the public. The next story was on the odious Eric Cantor — I switched as soon as I saw his face and all I heard was that PBO’s event would be in Cantor’s district….lololol.

    • October 16, 2011 at 11:55 pm

      I live in Charlotte and just heard pretty much the same thing on the local news about PBO coming to Wilkes County. The report said that the tickets went fast They interviewed several people and they were all very excited. One man couldn’t believe that PBO was coming to their small town. Several people were interested in hearing about jobs and the President’s plan. They spoke to a city official that said stimulus money is expiring for them at the end of the year and they need some answers on what the state/city is going to do to replace those funds.

  20. 37 Cozimfree
    October 16, 2011 at 11:41 pm

    Chipsticks – Everyday your vision fills my eyes to overflowing. Today you have filled my heart until I feel it is ready to burst. So glad you said goodnight cause my pulse rate is up to 120 from exertion and crying all day. The Right Reverend Al Sharpton tore me up from the floor up yesterday and today. That was before our leader took to the mic and lifted me. I could only shake my head at the depth of my sad feelings of the way they treat and mistreat this man the subliminal comparisons of their shared abuse. I care, but at this moment, I don’t really care about how he is treated in the history books. I want them to be kind to him right now. Say job well done, pat him on the back. But he has another voice and ally to take his part now and speak eloquently on his behalf. PBO is doing what he said he would do. He is exactly who he said he was since 2004. At inauguration he stated “even if you did not vote for me, I will still be yor president too.” Who were these people listening too, it wasn’t him. PBHO is a grown and fearless man who shares his ball – however I feel like he is about to pick up his ball and go home and come back out with an air balloon. Nobody is getting up from the table until he wins. Sometimes I ask myself “What would I do if I were brave?” Certainly not be a warrior like him. I agree with George Clooney, “I am disallusioned with the people that are disallusioned with Obama.”

    Yes, if you remember from before – my hair is still standing up on top of my head.
    I was going to sign off and you posted again. I have been on TOD all day after I watched the event on the MLK dedication website. The picture from Boston.com was grey on my screen and I said, ok I am not going to hit the link. Bad mistake, I hit the link and I am in need of being mopped up from the floor. I heart you and this place we call home. One stop – peruse all day. A virtual Obama Mall for the Obamaniac that I am. Thank you for being a sanctuary, a safe haven and a refuge in this time of darkness and despair. Together we press on, together being that arc and remain committed and fired up. Chips I know that in this next year, you will not let us forget to remember – “He’s got this.” #occupythevotingbooth

  21. 38 Alycee
    October 16, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    Chips, I too add my thanks. It has been glorious spending this Dedication Day with the TOD Family. I look forward to going to DC later this week to see it in person. Here is link to photos in the Philly Inquirer. The last one, of the father holding up his 6 month old son, made me simultaneously smile and cry. http://www.philly.com/philly/gallery/MLK_memorial_dedication.html?viewGallery=y

  22. 39 Keith in C-bus, Ohio
    October 16, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    Chips I sent you a thankyou in the last thread as well. It was about my father jumping aboard the TOD express. ๐Ÿ˜€ Hope you were able to read it. The work you do on this site is unmatched. I have gone to at least 12 pro Obama/Dem sites and no one has your attention to detail, color, and passion when it comes to reporting on our favorite President. Thanks again. KEEP HOPE ALIVE!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  23. October 17, 2011 at 12:00 am

    sweet dreams all

    a bright tomorrow. If I may remind everybody, tomorrow is PBO’s one thousandth day in office, yes, 1,000 days. May the force be with him. Always.

  24. 41 globalcitizenlinda
    October 17, 2011 at 12:07 am

    Jovie posted a good link from the Ashville Citizens-Times earlier which indicated how several thousands were waiting for tiickets.

    the post has a collection of photos of people waiting in line. I guess the MSM forgot to tell them that they are supposed to dislike PBO. As usual, the crow is very diverse and patiently waiting.

    In case some people want to have a look here we go

    โ€Ticket Line For Obama Ashville Speechโ€
    Source : Ashville Citizen-Times : http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/gallery?Avis=B0&Dato=20111016&Kategori=NEWS01&Lopenr=310160086&Ref=PH

    • 42 Cos
      October 17, 2011 at 1:33 am

      Thanks for sharing the link to the photos in Ashville Globalcitizen. I noticed that a link to photos from the previous thread said that there were 10,000 chairs at the MLK memorial. Wow!!!!! Thanks to you Chips for this wonderful forum today and everyday.

    • 43 dotster3
      October 17, 2011 at 7:39 am

      I’m going to grab credit for posting that article, but I can’t believe the photos—–the newspaper there must have taken 100 of people waiting in line all day long for their Obama tickies. I just can’t believe you’d ever see that kind of dedication or desire for Romney or any of their doofus candidates.

      • 44 globalcitizenlinda
        October 17, 2011 at 7:44 am

        dotster3, sorry I missed the link you provided of this event. please go ahead and grab credit for it because I have no clue who posted it first – I just know I did not

  25. October 17, 2011 at 12:08 am

    Good night Chipsticks. I don’t have the words to express how much I appreciate all that you do.

    I was looking at my “bookmarks” and saw this one. PORTLAND made a believer of me.

  26. October 17, 2011 at 12:27 am

    Blessings to Joan for a successful surgery and speedy recovery.

  27. 48 Walking_on_ Sunshine
    October 17, 2011 at 12:42 am

    Thank you Chipsticks. I’ve been quiet today but watching and taking it all in. It is a privilege to live in historic times. I sometimes feel pity for those who are not capable of seeing the beauty of this moment.

    I also want to add my prayers and good wishes for Joan. I will be thinking of her as she goes into surgery.

    The picture of the carpet seller is very touching.

    I hope you all have sweet dreams tonight of peace and love.

  28. 49 Keith in C-bus, Ohio
    October 17, 2011 at 12:49 am

    TOD family this is amazing. The crowd at the dedication was enormous. Thousands!! No wonder the MSM did not pan the crowd and muted the clapping and loud responses to PBO’s speech. They don’t want us to know that his BASE is alive and STRONG!! ๐Ÿ˜€ Here is a link if you all have not seen how big the crowd was for this event. ENJOY…….. http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/the-martin-luther-king-jr-memorial-dedication/2011/10/16/gIQAXOBPoL_gallery.html?hpid=z2#photo=15

    • 50 COS
      October 17, 2011 at 7:25 am

      I was very disappointed that MSM muted the applause somewhat. They really do a disservice to the public when they do things like that.

    • 52 mb32
      October 17, 2011 at 8:19 am

      The crowd was amazing but the reason there was a “muted”, I guess, response is that Pres Obama was at the monument and we were a few feet away in the park watching on jumbotron. But everyone sat in rapt attention soaking up every word. It was an amazing speech and I think the crowd felt it just like later when they played The I Have A Dream Speech…most of sat in rapt attention listening to that. It was an amazing day just sad that I didn’t get to see the monument. Our bus back to Chicago had to leave before the opened it up ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

      • 53 mb32
        October 17, 2011 at 8:27 am

        Also, the audience that was with the president directly at the monument was small and they didn’t applaud a lot but shame on the MSM for not panning and showing us…I’m not good at guessing crowd size but if I had to I’d say 40,000 to 50,000. We were so excited to see the Pres that while the choir was singing Battle Hymn of the Republic, I think, when they showed the First Family at the monument on the jumbotrons the crowd went crazy. We stood up and started clapping and screaming. It’s amazing that the choir was able to finish LOL

  29. 54 nathkatun7
    October 17, 2011 at 12:57 am

    What a most wonderful gift for us who couldn’t make it to the MLK Memorial dedication! Thanks you so much Ms. Chipsticks for sharing with us this historical day with all the memorable pictures/ images. You’ve really created a community of the most thoughtful, yet fearless, posters. Even those going through tough times they still come here to share. As we say goodnight to everybody lets keep Joan in our thoughts and prayers. and wish her a successful surgery.

  30. October 17, 2011 at 1:11 am

    What a wonderful day!. I cannot find the words to express what this day has meant to me. I haven’t made it thru all the the videos or all the comments. We had a dinner party here tonight. 4 couples. We had a great discussion about MLK and PBO. The only problem is one guy said he wouldn’t vote for PBO again because of 2 things. One is closing Guantanamo Bay and the other is getting the troops out of Iraq. I said it wasn’t Obama’s fault that Guantanamo Bay isn’t closed it’s that Congress didn’t vote for it. He said no Obama could have done it if he really wanted to. I need help in finding the information about these things. Thanks for your help.

    • 56 EDP4BHO
      October 17, 2011 at 3:17 am

      Hi mtmarilyn. I just happened to be up and off work tomorrow. Of course there is info to offer your friend, but I would tell him that he needs to stop treating the President as though he were a god. Also, trust that he may not have voted for him in sincerety but only as an alternative to McCain, as my aunt told me last year. Needless to say, she annoyed the hell out of me, and I asked her if she was not a one-issue voter. She pined, welll no, but didn’t offer any other reason than the one that disappointed her about him. Guess what? I don’t have time for that kind of silliness, so I just wish you luck with your friend, but if it were me, I’d offer to him that he needs a civics lesson.

      • October 17, 2011 at 4:32 am

        Also remind him that once the prison closes, the prisoners have to be held somewhere and members of Congress got all NIMBY on him – Not In My Backyard. Republicans like Liz Cheney went around scaring people into thinking that maximum security prisons can hold vicious murderers and rapists but not possible terrorists. And he tried to send some of them to other countries but they won’t take enough of them.

        To be honest, if he’s complaining about GITMO and Iraq then he should know this info or know how to get this info on his own. You can try and change his mind and I admire you for it but don’t get upset if he doesn’t listen to you. YOU have the facts and took time to learn them.

    • October 17, 2011 at 4:21 am

      1. Pres. Obama is pulling out of Iraq by the end of the year. Its in the news, he can Google it and Pres. Obama is on schedule by the way.

      2. Show him this link to a post written by AngryBlackLady on the steps Pres. Obama took to try and close Gitmo:

      3. Inform your friend that the President of the United States cannot write his own checks. Congress needs to provide the funds to fund the closing of GITMO. Point out to your friend the True Progressives of the Democratic party who abandoned him in this effort.

      4. Then ask your friend how exactly Pres. Obama could have done this all by himself. Ask him.

      I have to wonder about people who claim these as reasons for not voting for Pres. Obama. POTUS has passed several hundred bills, and signed dozens of executive orders that have helped millions of people in this country. Is life so good for some people that the hill they choose to die on are things like GITMO, a war that’s dying down or the oft mentioned public option? I honestly don’t get how people can be that myopic.

      Good luck.

      • 59 COS
        October 17, 2011 at 7:53 am

        Good answers Gobrooklyn. There are so many people who respond and criticize PBO just by listening to soundbites. One would think that one issue voters would at least have full knowledge of what they are criticizing PBO. There are so many closed minds and illegitimate excuses for some folks not to support this president.

  31. October 17, 2011 at 1:28 am

    Wireless users will get alerts if they use in excess:


    Thank God for regulations. The President worked this one too!

  32. 62 Bobfr
    October 17, 2011 at 1:33 am

    Our4thEstate Bobfr
    @TheRevAl – You did great homage and service to RevMLKJr today. Perhaps @CornelWest will awaken to the fact that his stunts are EMPTY&BANAL.

    Our4thEstate Bobfr
    Professional Whiners, Emoprogs – Yes YOU Kos, Jane, Tavis, Corny, Gigi, etc – YOU FAILED TODAY in full view of ALL because you snubbed MLKJr

    Our4thEstate Bobfr
    America – You are being battered by #KOCHMAFIA & their #GOPSTOOGES. You Can Change that horror. Occupy Voter Registration NOW. #VOTE6NOV2012

    Yes We Can … DO More Together

  33. 63 Frenchie08
    October 17, 2011 at 1:34 am

    Chips, it is 12:30am in the midwest and I am still crying. I love you so much for your love, heart, and spirit. Many are called, but few are chosen. You were truly chosen for this work. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you.

  34. 64 globalcitizenlinda
    October 17, 2011 at 5:23 am

    WOW, I greatly admire that ” handmade rug bearing the image of US President Barack Obama”.

    Who could have expected to find this is a war zone in Kabul, Afghanistan? This is a hostile place fo such art and and especially for Americans and President Obama. Furthermore, I woiuld not have expcted it made by an Afghan carpet seller and displayed so prominently inside his shop given the taliban threats against art and western forces in the region !!! I hope the artsit and his shop remain safe and continue to grow.

    The caption says : ‘the shop owner said the he spent a year sewing the carpet and that it is not for sale.” What level of workmanship and dedication spending such time making those intricate patterns! I wish it was available for sell.

    good luck to the artist

  35. October 17, 2011 at 6:11 am

    Omg! Mika just asked, does OWS hurt Obama more than it hurts the Republicsns?
    Yeah, it hurts the Spresidrnt a little, but they are protesting against Republican policies.
    These guys are scared and starting there swiftnoating again.

    Good morning!

  36. October 17, 2011 at 6:19 am

    Lady Gsga helped celebrate BIll Clinton 65th Birthday.
    Realize this, Bill Clinto signed DADT and DOMA into law, and this is who she likes?

  37. October 17, 2011 at 7:23 am

    I’d like to add my thanks to Chipsticks on her wonderful site. I learn so much from her and the folks who post. Since OFA’s comment section is such a mess, this place is the one to go to not only get up to date information but also read positive comments about the president and all he does. Thanks so much, Chips.

  38. October 17, 2011 at 7:51 am

    GM, TOD family. I’m back from a few days of visiting my family in Chicago, my home town and our President’s home city. Stayed with my sister who lives in the President’s Hyde Park neighborhood and not far from his home. Of course, you can’t even get near the block where he lives. Secret Service everywhere. I had breakfast at Pres Obama’s favorite Hyde Park eatery. It’s called Velois and the food is fantastic. They list Pres Obama’s favorites and I had his favorite steak and egg omlet with hash browns.

    Watched his breathtaking remarks with my sister. What a brilliant and compassionate President we have.

    Thanks Chips for your wonderful coverage. Looking forward to his visit to NC today.

  39. October 17, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Ah people, I’ve just seen all your lovely comments, which, of course, made me blush furiously. Thank you everyone, you’re way, way, way, way too kind – love ya all!

  40. 72 Sue in Minnesota
    October 17, 2011 at 9:04 am

    Chipsticks, you are in my estimation an angel bringing light and truth , community and love to a suffering world. Words of appreciation are simply an inadequate measure of how important you are to so many of us here. As well, all that collect here, inspire me in so many ways. To be smarter, to work harder, to raise my voice, to fight for what is right and good. And more than anything, the innate decency and goodness, fairness and devote faith in the potential of our shared human experiences expressed here, enlarges my heart and helps me to be a better human being. To everyone here I wish to express my deepest gratitude. Namaste.

    My thoughts are with Obama Grandma and her Mother, HZ and Joan in their times of trial. I hope they find comfort from their pains, and feel the loving support of prayers and best wishes from the many here who love and care about them. May God bless and keep them.

  41. 73 HZ
    October 17, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    Sue, your words are so encouraging to me. I know without a doubt that Chipsticks is a very special angel for all of us. She and this site came along when I was looking for somewhere to spend quality time, be informed on the issues of interests, someone who had a vision to display true support for our President, Barack Obama and his vision for our nation..

    I am so grateful for all of you. My candles are going for Joan, Obama Grandmama, her mother and brother. It is peaceful today in my home for these are dear TOD family members. I pray all will be fine for all of them. Thanks Sue for your beautiful observations and your lovely words. I also hope that you are doing fine as well. Sending out more love to all within our family and to our President and First Family.HZ

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