These Photos of Bill and Hillary Playing With Balloons Will Inspire You to Live Your Best Life
The Democratic National Convention wrapped up on Thursday night in Philadelphia with electrifying speeches from Chelsea Clinton, Rep. Joyce Beatty, and presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. After bringing the crowd to tears with her history-making moment, Hillary joined her family and running mate Tim Kaine for what may have been the most epic balloon party that a political event has ever seen. Seriously, we don't know what kind of budget was set aside for those giant, star-spangled balls, but they were amazing — and everyone in the Wells Fargo Arena was going nuts.
Perhaps having the most fun was former President Bill Clinton, who was living his best life while chasing the balloons around on stage, kicking them into the audience, and even snagging one for himself as a souvenir. No matter which side of the aisle you're on politically, you have to admit: there's no better way to celebrate shattering the glass ceiling than by acting like a kid in a candy store.
First Bill was like, "Balloons? What the . . . who the . . . ?!"
And Hillary was all, "OK, was hoping for the glittery red balloons but whatever, this is fine."
It didn't take her too long to really get into them, though.
The childlike bliss was washing over them!
In ran Tim Kaine, who was like, "Holy Toledo, look at these things!"
You know he says "Holy Toledo."
Tim was like, "You guys, I got one! You guys! Look! You guys?"
Then Chelsea saw Tim and was like, "Mr. Kaine, look! I got one too! Look! Mr. Kaine!"
Hillary was having her own fun, having finally upgraded from the small red balloons to the giant printed blue ones.
"YOU get a blue balloon! And YOU get a blue balloon!"
This look of sheer glee can only be described as "kid in a candy store."
Hillary had to stop for a second just to think to herself, "I'm waaayy up, I feel blessed."
Bill finally got a star-spangled balloon, and from there it was pretty much like watching a baby take their first steps.
He held on to it while still practicing his free throw.