Wednesday, January 21, 2009

At Last...

True blue, original watercolor, sold 5" x 7"
Last night did you happen to catch the First couple's...
first dance at the Neighborhood Ball?

Who needs Green power when we've got them?


Andrea and Kim said...

Carol, I thought this would never get here! It feels as though the world is about to be set right with a lot of work from everyone! They are beautiful, I agree!

Thanks Carol!

Anonymous said...

I have put this on my blog as l think everyone shoud live by it.

I watched it all day in the UK and he was in his office at 7 this morning and all his guys had to be there as well, he means what he says,

Jill xx

"Making your mark on the world is hard. If it were easy, everybody would do it. But it′s not. It takes patience, it takes commitment, and it comes with plenty of failure along the way. The real test is not whether you avoid this failure, because you won′t. It′s whether you let it harden or shame you into inaction, or whether you learn from it; whether you choose to persevere."

Anonymous said...

I stayed up 'til after 1am watching EVERY dance they did at all the balls!!
LOL I think they are a very sweet couple.
He and she are elegant and lovely together. There's an innocence and I sense a real support of each other with them, isn't there?


A Brush with Color said...

Our whole nation just seems so full of hope, and this man has instilled in us so much anticipation and happiness, despite the troubling news all over TV and in our lives now. (I wrote on flickr, too, that I was amazed no one I saw on TV even mentioned the significance of the music they danced to-- "At Last." Such an appropriate choice, and beautiful. Glad you pointed it out, Carol!) They're a lovely couple. I'm so glad they're where they are!

Anonymous said...

So wondeful
What a pair of fabulous people.
Tears in my eyes.

Anonymous said...

I am happy for you that you got the President you wanted. I didn't want
either candidate who ended up in the race. I am a conservative.

I know this is probably an exciting time for you. What I like about your
website is that it isn't political--it is, for the most part, about Paris.

About half of the country voted for Obama and half of the country didn't.
As soon as you bring politics in, you please half of the people and
displease half of the people. It is your website, obviously. However, I
just ask that politics be left out, or be neutrally presented. I know I can
just delete the days which contain politics, but they do get me off on the
wrong foot, rather than that little moment of happiness when I get to think
about Paris, breakfast, chocolate, pastries, tea cups, etc.

Anyway, I am not meaning to offend. I am just giving another point of view
and making a request.

By the way, I love my Angelina's watercolor I got from you. It is proudly
displayed on my "kitchen eating area" wall. Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

They DO look happy!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the AT LAST link.
I giggled with happiness watching them dance together.
The power of LOVE, indeed!!!

Anonymous said...

Merci merci beaucoups for these pictures!!
I spent 18 hours yesterday watching the festivities of our new and beautiful First Family!!


Anonymous said...

Aren't they the BEST?
We are sooooo lucky :)

Anonymous said...

And in his speach he quoted from
the best dancer of all!

Anonymous said...

At Last Lyrics by Etta James

At last, my love has come along
My lonely days are over
And life is like a song
Oh, yeah, at last
The skies above are blue
My heart was wrapped up in clovers
The night I looked at you
I found a dream that I could speak to
A dream that I can call my own
I found a thrill to rest my cheek to
A thrill that I have never known
Oh, yeah when you smile, you smile
Oh, and then the spell was cast
And here we are in heaven
For you are mine
At last

tut-tut said...

Beyonce did a magnificent job!

Anne Corrons said...

I should have gone there!!!! It was an historical moment for sure!

marc aurel said...

Despite your living in France, I have never seen such an attractive couple, where one of them led an important country. Pretend English is not my first language to best understand this sentiment.

Anonymous said...

nice cup,
nice couple !!!
China problems in the future ?

Kwana said...

The best first dance ever. Funny, I had the same title for my blog post today. I was so inspired that I grabbed my husband and son and danced with them too.

Merisi said...

It was way too late here, to watch the tour of the inaugural balls, but when I read about and watched them dance to that song, long on of my favorite, I felt that the world could be whole again.

Good luck, Mr. President,
Good luck, America!

Anonymous said...

Oh put a croissant in it Diane/Debbie Downer :(

Wallflower Diaries said...

I cried the whole day. It was so great.