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November 6, 2008

We love the whole world

We’ve always loved America here at Pickle Me This, for such love was the religion upon which we were raised. But all the same, we have never been so proud to be your upstairs neighbour, never more inclined to break out in a round of I Love the World. We have never been more inspired to believe in change, to look with hope towards the future, and believe that anything is possible. That the whole wide world can be so much better than this, and your country is the reason why it will be. You’re the kind of city I’d like up on my hill, and I am so envious of the opportunity you all had to elect a person so deserving of victory. Congratulations. The road is still long, but because of yesterday, everything is different already.

Bookish Election links from The Guardian: PrezLit Quiz; do good writers make good leaders?; a new short story by Lorrie Moore; and a review of Curtis Sittenfeld’s American Wife.

4 thoughts on “We love the whole world”

  1. Words and Guitar says:

    We are very excited here, too. 🙂

    Have a great day!

    Your downstairs neighbor

  2. Tim says:

    It is an amazing time to be “down here.” I can’t wait for January so we can get started.

  3. patricias says:

    Yes, it will be the bestest late Christmas present ever.

  4. Kerry says:

    I’d reply with something, but I am still tap dancing around my house. Yippee!

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