How could I forgive myself?
I opened up the DFNYC mail on time. But the format was unusual. I just skimmed through it a second time a little while ago, and there was Obama with Ferrer. All the work that I have put into the Ferrer campaign would have been worth it just to be able to spend a little time with Obama. I am sure he got mobbed. And I might only have been able to steal a glance. But, uh. I feel so stupid.
This is not fair. Somebody do something about it.
If I had met Obama today, I only needed to meet Hillary and Amitabh Bachchan, and I would have been content.
What just happened? I am dumbfounded.
It is going to be a long time before an opportunity like this one surfaces again.
This is not good. How could I have? This was the one time when I did not skim through all the topics of the newsletter. The DFNYC newsletter, you are not supposed to read everything. The topics are listed at the top. You skim though the topics, and you click on those of interest.
Ugh. This did not just happen.
Opportunity knocked. And I did not listen.
This was the sweetest thing to have come my way through the DFNYC newsletter and I missed it. I can't freaking believe it.
I own the guy's autobiography.
Obama symbolizes hope itself.
Suddenly everything I did today feels like was a total waste of time. Or rather yesterday. This is past midnight.
Looks like both Amitabh Bachchan and Barack Obama are going to be tough nuts to crack.
What do you say during moments like this? Do you call yourself names? I am at a loss of words.
This is not good. Whatever happened to my email reading skills?
(I hear Bono's voice in the background. Usually that is a consolation, but this is not one of those times.)
*(3) Campaign for Freddy with Sen. Barack Obama, this afternoon at 8th Ave & 19th St*
Join U.S. Senator Barack Obama, Democratic Mayoral Candidate Fernando
Ferrer and supporters today in Chelsea
When: Today (Monday, November 7th) 2:15-3:15pm
Where: S.E. corner of 8th Ave. and 19th Street in Manhattan
The group will be walking up 8th Ave to 23rd Street.
Contact: Dorcas Castro (646) 839-4947
DFNYC Research And Advocacy Group