I finally watched Hillary’s concession speech, He-who-must-not-be-named’s victory speech, President Obama’s post-election speech, and the 3 minute photo op after President Obama and He-who-must-not-be-named met today to discuss the start of the transition of power.
Hillary looked really sad and like she was struggling mightily to not say, “F— you, America!” She looked very presidential, even in defeat.
He-who-must-not-be-named tried to look presidential as he gave his speech. Knowing what he has planned, I find it difficult to give him any points for trying.
President Obama was his usual inspirational self. He will be missed.
But later, after the meeting with He-who-must-not-be-named, I could tell he was struggling to be charitable.
How is everyone doing today? I was hard into my Anger stage this afternoon, which mostly manifested as me lashing out at my family. Sorry, family.
The most important thing to do right now, survivors, is to take good care of yourself. We have to stay healthy if we are going to fight. That means keep grieving, because that must be done. Don’t hold it in. Get plenty of rest, drink plenty of water, eat good, healthy foods. Get some exercise: go for a walk, do some yoga, play with your kids.
Also, stay vigilant and alert. The walkers always show up out of nowhere when you least expect it. You need to always expect it. We are no longer safe. The president-elect has published his plans for the first 100 days and is starting to pick his cabinet (more on this in my next post). We are about to see how bad it is really going to get.
Stay safe and well out there, survivors.