Friday, May 23, 2014

Walking With President Obama Stroll on Wash DC Streets Surprises & Charms Average Citizens


Last time I shared with you about the White House, it was a blogpost series all about my personal dream come true to see and experience the Presidential holiday decorations up close. The White House Holiday Social seems like a distant memory now, but in December 2013 I was among a handful of extremely fortunate women bloggers invited to spend the entire day inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the most famous address in America.

White House Holiday 2013,
Pictured below: Among my own special treasures are this Bo cookie made by President and Mrs. Obama's pastry chef and a napkin from the White House event I attended during the holidays. Also shown is a box of Presidential M&Ms I've saved for many years that former President Bill Clinton gave to a friend who then gave to me.

White House Mementos,
This afternoon, back in Los Angeles, I received a new email in my mailbox from the White House that I just have to share with MommyBlogExpert readers: a YouTube showing President Obama breaking with White House tradition and walking over to the Department of the Interior earlier this week. Boy were the every day locals, tourists and street vendors surprised when the President came up to them casually to chat. He even handed out several boxes of those coveted Presidential M&M boxes to some kids and hugged a particularly excited lady and then posed with her for a picture.

Definitely a YouTube worth watching for every American ...

After you've looked at this, tell me if you don't agree. President Barack Obama was absolutely charming, don't you think? He made so many people happy and changed their lives forever just by coming up to them and saying hi.

I look forward to hearing your reactions and comments.

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