Saturday, November 21, 2009
Food for Thought . . . Words to Live By
At the suggestion of our daughter, we sought out the FDR Memorial while we were in DC recently. I knew nothing about it, so I wasn't ready for its emotional impact. I remember our daughter saying--back when G. W. Bush was president--she wished our president would walk through it every morning before he started work.
I felt the same way--only I'd like to prescribe it for every senator and representative, as well. During a slow walk through the four outdoor rooms, you'll find enough poignant, pithy statements carved into stone to take your breath away.
I recommend seeing it to everyone who has any work, business, or vacation time in our nation's capitol, although you might feel discouraged at how little progress we have made.
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Perfect thought as we slog our way through healthcare reform.
My hub and I live within easy driving distance to D.C. The
FDR Memorial is one of our favs. I doubt that Bush could spell FDR...as for some of the other members of Congress, humph!
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