Monday, February 15, 2010

Remembering Lincoln

An old pic of K. when we were in D.C. visiting the Lincoln Memorial. She didn't get what this huge statue of President Lincoln was all about. After walking around for a while reading various wall panels, she finally sat down and leaned back against a column. She looked over at us and said, "I don't get it."

The Man and I rolled our eyes, sighed and decided it was going to be a long week of sightseeing in D.C.
Fast forward three years and we're back in D.C. visiting the same Lincoln Memorial. This time she managed to stay on her feet but leaned against every available column.

Another long week.My men are history buffs. Their favorite channel is the History Channel. The Man and J. thought this was the best vacation ever. They loved all the information panels.

They. read. every. panel.

I started looking for columns to lean against.
D.C. is a great place to visit. It's clean, easy to get around, and best of all, the national museums are FREE! We visited twice and loved it both times.

There's a lot of columns in that city. We leaned against most of them.

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