Putting our house back in order

O'Neill, Jaime
February 2009
High Country News;2/2/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p25
The author shares his thoughts as President Barack Obama was making his inaugural speech in the U.S. He claims that he is doing household chores along with other members of his family while President Obama was delivering his speech. He says he would have preferred a calmer morning while watching the event. However, he concludes that it is nice to start a day right in preparation of the future, just like what the President intends to do in order to improve the country.


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