One of my favorite parts of Washington D.C. was colonial Williamsburg. It was an awe-filled learning experience to feel like you were actually back in time in 1976. Um... 1816? No, wait... But it was really cool that you could have the awe-filled experience of being back in time in colonial days and be surrounded by the force that was consuming all of America, that barged its way into every city, every home, Starbucks!
But there was some very serious and educational stuff there that I very much payed attention to.(At least 60% of the time according to my mom.) There was the Political Conversations where famous presidents or governors constantly broke character and spoke their (Or at least what the actor thought was their) views on recent political controversies and challenges or other questions that were asked. Like health-care. (I bet that person voted for Romney)
There were also little shops that people worked in and showed you what professions or jobs they had and how it affected the economy, the population, and the fact that Americans used to rely on another country to sell us and give us goods back in the times of the constitution. Oh, wait, we still do that.(Thanks China!)
Well, that was my last post on D.C., and I hope you enjoyed my stories and thoughts about my nation under God's capitol, and I hope you readers can go their sometime and learn about how America began, its history, and the what year the constitution was signed (1767?). You have my sincerest apologies about not posting for so long, or at least as much I feel comfortable being sincere to every one on the internet who is ever going to read this.