I have had the privilege of visiting the National Museum of American History in Washington D.C. It was such an amazing experience to get to see some of our countries oldest treasures. We saw a few artifacts from President Abraham Lincoln. We first saw his famous top hat, which was a bit worn and tattered, but still in a great condition considering it's age. We saw another exhibit of his, his horse drawn carriage. The carriage was used to transport Lincoln the night of his assassination and has been kept in great condition. Also on view, was George Washington's Bible, along with his wife, Martha Washington's, inauguration gown. The most amazing thing for me to see was the American flag that inspired the Star-Spangled Banner. The flag is almost two hundred years old and is 30by- 34-foot and kept in a special environmentally controlled chamber. It was so amazing to see the history behind out country come to life and see for yourself the amazing artifacts that make our country unique.
Narrator: "This was brought to you by the Republican Womanhood. God bless America."
John: "Abigail, why is Nathaniel pullin' Jane's hair in the back of the chapel?"
Abigail: "I don't know husband."
John: "It is your job to teach our children to be good Republicans, our sons need to learn to be good Republicans and our daughters need to learn how to rise good Republicans."
Abigail: "John, I have finished all my chores, can I go have tea with Jane?"
John: "Sure wife."
Abigail: "Now y'all have a good day at work and school now."
John: "Alright then."
Nathaniel: "Bye Mom!"
Abigail: "Hi Jane, it's so lovely of you to invite me over for tea. I don't know what to do about Nathaniel."
Jane: "As a member of the Republican motherhood, it's your responsibility to make sure your son is a good Republican."
Abigail: "That's good advice Jane, I think I'll go home and tell Nathaniel a story about our Founding Fathers."
John: "Nathaniel, did you pull Jane's hair today?"
Nathaniel: "No Papa, I promise that I didn't."
Abigail: "Nathaniel, you've been a good boy today. You run along and play."
John: "Abigail, thank you for all that you do for Nathaniel. I know he can be a handful, but you make it work."
Abigail: "No problem. I don't mind what I do for my son. I love my job. It's my duty as a member of the Republican Motherhood."