—all causes that make America truly great and causes that he and Pres. Kennedy shared.
Such are the sorts of causes citizens can champion now, in support of their Congressional representatives who care about their country.
Back to the White House. Though my visit was brief, I left feeling that I’d been to the center power where a long series of presidents have worked to make America truly great.
I'm grateful for parents, teachers and others who give their kids visits to the great monuments of Washington, D.C. or similar sites in their own nations. I'd hold off on a visit to the White House right now, though, until the the beloved U.S.A. has, once again, a president who is committed to core American values.
Have you visited the White House? When? Share your story.--in a comment or in person with a friend or family member. Stories are a vehicle of our values.
P.S. I posted the story above well before the current President called the White House "a real dump." (8/1//2017.) Oh his incredible dis-respect! I stand with Chelsea in thanking the entire White House staff for up-keeping the stately old mansion.