Obamas: Don’t Leave Us

November 9, 2016

Dear Obamas,

Thank you just for being yourselves. It made me proud to see a black family in the White House, but beyond that, I was proud to see YOUR family in the White House. America needed a family of your caliber, you were the epitome of class, grace, and humanity. We live in a world of scandal, affairs, broken families, mistresses, baby daddies, gossip, misogyny, racism, and flat out hate. While the world was going low, you always remained high and for that I will always admire you. I don’t know where the country is going from here, but I’ll forever have the memories we shared from afar.


The night you were elected as our first Black President



The true love you share


WASHINGTON - JANUARY 20: (AFP OUT) US President Barack Obama dances with his wife and First Lady Michelle Obama during the Western Inaugural Ball on January 20, 2009 in Washington, DC. President Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States today, becoming the first African-American to be elected President of the US. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)


Your connection with kids




Seeing you just melt for your daughters

FILE - This July 4, 2009, file photo shows President Barack Obama, left, as he kisses his daughter Malia Obama, 11, as his daughter Sasha Obama, 7, and his wife Michelle Obama stand right, during a Fourth of July party on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. President Obama is practically weepy at the thought of his daughter Malia going off to college, a milestone many months away that is on his mind now. At 16, she stands nearly as tall as her 6-foot-1 dad and is visiting college campuses in preparation for that bittersweet day in the fall of 2016 when she trades her White House bedroom for a dorm. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)


Michelle, Barack, and Malia Obama take in an exhibition game between the United States national basketball team and the Brazilian national basketball team at Verizon Center, Washington D.C., Monday, July 16, 2012. (Ryan M.L. Young/The Washington Times)


Knowing that you felt what we were feeling



Watching Malia and Sasha grow up



WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 14: (L-R) Aloe Blacc, Darius Rucker, Malia Obama, Sasha Obama, U.S. President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Rita Ora speak onstage at TNT Christmas in Washington 2014 at the National Building Museum on December 14, 2014 in Washington, DC. 25248_002_1286.JPG (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)



I’ll miss you Obama’s