I loved it because I could feel the energy and happiness of all the people. I met friendly people from all over the country. Just the idea of being one of two million people together in fellowship for one single cause. The crown I was with was having a great time and were a lot of fun to be with. The only part I disagreed with was the booing of George Bush when he was introduced. Regardless of how we feel about him, you still have to respect him as our president. I was deeply disappointment in the reaction of some of the people on the bus who spent more info
the entire trip back home complaining about the cold and the inauguration in general because they were not able to get close enough to see the swearing in first hand. It felt they missed the whole point and spirit of the trip. It was a time of celebration and reflection. Whether you were able to get close enough to see the swearing in or not, you should take the time to meet some of the people around you and make some new connection with people who feel the same as you or they wouldn’t be there. Check out the pictures I took under the Photo Album tab.