Ben Franklin waved to me.
Our tour guide, Dion, who I love and he loves me back, in front of the capitol building.
A professional tourist. I thought I looked like a nerdy tourist with my backpack and my map but this lady has me beat. I never even thought of a brown velour sweatsuit and over-glasses-sunglasses WITH NO GLASSES UNDERNEATH. Well played, lady. Well played.
President Obama in Marine 1. I'm not even kidding.* I saw him get on.
President Jefferson. He was a GIANT.
This lady came all the way from Kansas to get bit by a big-city squirrel.
Watch out, Phyllis! The laser-eyed killer wants more chips!
Hope your rabies shots go okay!
This is FDR. He was one of our greatest presidents. He got us out of the Depression, started Social Security, and (not a lot of people know this about him) he was also the Green Hornet.
Forrest Gump Pool
Super depressing Vietnam Memorial
If you don't stay on the sidewalk you are dishonoring people who died for our country.
And if you walk on my lawn you make the Baby Jesus cry.
This is the heaviest flagpole in the world.
After my tour I went to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History to go on the "Night at the Museum II" tour. Just kidding. They don't have that. (I checked.)
Nobody was talking about the elephant in the room.
This fanged-deer was in the Hall of Joke Animals along with the Easter Bunny and Snuffalupagus.
This bronze caveman is handing me some bronze meat and I can see his bronze penis.
This is a crocheted reef. Yeah, a crocheted reef. Ding ding.
I wanted to see the Hope Diamond. And then I saw it and I was like, "Big whoop."
So that was my day. Busy. I really crammed a lot of stuff in today. It was so fun! Tomorrow Michelle Obama and I are going out to lunch at Panera Bread.