Wednesday, January 21, 2009

today was electric







as i dash off to a warm cozy bed after enduring chilly temperatures in heels and a slinky armani gown (courtesy of a bargain a la tj maxx circa 2002), i am delighted to share a mini pictorial of today's extravaganza.

dc was truly electric today and it has been an absolute pleasure to take part in the festivity. i feel honored. i hope these photos can give an idea of today's excitement: louis + moi hitting the streets, beau + moi pre gala plus at the gala, biden + jill, obama + michelle. such fun! patriotism + hope is literally oozing from this city right now. i heart the united states of america + am incredibly proud to be a part of this next era. love seeing history unfold before my eyes.

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9 comments:

sølvi said...

what a fantastic day. even in Norway everbody was glued to the tv. and you look so beautiful:-)

Globetrotting Cacti said...

Wow - thanks for sharing. Been watching the events on TV in the UK.... an amazing day. Can only imagine how electric the atmosphere is in the city. PS - love the dress - you both look very glam...

msdeem9 said...

D.C. rocked the world yesterday thanks to Obama; I have never seen anything like it--a President who speaks only in terms of what he intends to manifest. Wow! Thanks for sharing the super cool pics!

Lynne from NY said...

Fabulous! I'm in awe.....amazing photos, you and beau look sensational, tell us more!

Art Visions said...

Love it....I posted this on both of my blogs that include highlights of people's inauguration experience. Thanks for sharing!

Joselle said...

What can I say other than how awesome. There's truly no other word. You and beau look dashing. What an exciting time!

theanalyst said...

You looked amazing! I imagine you had a fabulous time. Thanks for sharing the photos.

Pink Heels said...

Great photos! It was a fun day to be in D.C.

Butrfly Garden said...

Kimberly, I just had to comment on one of your pictures (and not even the ones you look gorgeous in (:), but the picture not so much of the Obamas, but of all the cameras, cell phones, and iphones capturing the moment. It speaks VOLUMES about this moment in history and technology.c