Almost forgot to post this. (And how could I? Bad me!) It's pictures of the Obamas on Sunday where Barack gave his Father's Day speech. He talked about the importance of fatherhood.
Depending on who you ask it was either a generalized call for responsibility in America or a targeted message to the black community. Papa Snob, ever observant, remarked that if Barack's message was on the familial crisis in the black community it wasn't directed to the people in that church or my father or me. This was directed to those harmed most by the problem -- poor black people.
He pointed out that many white people don't see the difference, not realizing we all didn't roll off the same turnip truck. The majority of black people know there is a crisis. They simply disagree on who should do what. Especially since the people who are most affected by it have least means to address it.
That aside ... enjoy the pictures!
Don't feel bad, Sasha. I've been bored in church too. At least you're not in itchy white tights and the world's frilliest orange lace dress.