On Wednesday, we asked readers to share their Inaugural Day plan. Responses continue to pour in. Some of you have expressed regret that you will be too busy to watch the event, many of you will celebrate with your community, and quite a few people have admitted that they expect to bawl through the entire address.
Katie McGee, in St. Paul, worked for the Obama campaign for nearly two years and says she is "planning on going to the Riverview Theater in Minneapolis where the proprietor has opened the vintage theatre to the public to view the inauguration on the big screen for free."
Carol, from New York, will be making the trip to Washington on Tuesday. "Long bus ride but well worth the opportunity to witness history & begin the new journey," she writes.
From San Luis Obispo, California, Kim Ryherd says, "I expect a joyous celebration around the world as we start over! We are the change we've been waiting for!"
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