I know how you feel. I cried Tuesday and Wednesday, as well. I remember feeling like this when Clinton was elected...as if I was in some type of fog...I literally did not want to get out of bed...this election was much, much worse. I think I’m finally beginning to get out of the crying phase of the mourning, and now I’m in the middle of the “whining” phase. Then hopefully, “chin up”, “shoulders squared”, and march forward (no - not Obummer’s forward, either)...Our country is SO worth it. (ain’t gonna be easy, though!) Tough, tough, times ahead. And now, having an 8-month old grandson puts a whole new dimension and outlook to things. I babysat him today, and I just kept thinking about what it will very be like for him...not the country I recognize, that’s for sure.
Never went through the whining stage. I went right to the I hate everything and everyone stage. Now am at stage of growling, snarling, and sulking mixed with intermittent spells of maniacal screeching, like Howard Dean then collapsing into a heap, waiting for blood pressure to fall. The psychiatrist story Drudge posted a day or so ago about post-election depression was right but I thought it would damn sure be the other guys that would experience it.