At this point I don't know how many votes we had, all I know is that the NO won because fireworks, horns etc etc started sounding. My mom screamed and asked my dad and I to go out with her to celebrate, I was talking on the cell phone to a dear friend of mine and we were not saying a thing... just crying like babies. So I left, all the way down to Altamira square to celebrate carrying only my cell phone and totally forgot about my ID and what’s even worse given the circumstances... my cam! I was so happy that I forgot to bring my cam so I'm sorry folks, I don't have any pictures of the event.
We got there and we hug more people than those "Free Hugs campaign", a lot of strangers a little bit drunk... was kind of weird, professors, friends, family...I danced "tambores" (even counting that... I don't know how) in the middle of the street while all the people were screaming "estudiantes!!!" (students!!!) and they were not all students - that’s for sure.
This is the first time ever that we defeat Chavismo. Daniel said he does not believe in the actual Constitution and I'm agree with him... it does have a lot of mistakes but we stopped the posibility of making it even more filled with mistakes, we set a path today. Miguel on the other hand is singing The Beatles. Yep, the Venezuelan can be a little bit crazy sometimes...
Tomorrow the struggle continues and today this blogger allows herself to smile.