“Life is one grand, sweet song…so start the music.”
Reagan is one of my favorite presidents, of all time. In my humble opinion, the man exuded class. Nancy and him were all of the goals, as well, if I do say so myself.
Going to the Reagan Library was one of the most important things for me to do as I ended my undergrad life in California. I’m not going to lie, the price was a little steep, but it was so stinkin’ worth it.
This library was massive…so much so that the entire Air Force One fit inside of it! There was so much history inside, from Ronnie’s time as an actor, to his attempted assassination, and to his final days. It was really awe-inspiring and made me wish I had been alive through his time as our prez.
I will give you a tip…plan ahead! I had my last final the night I went there and was there for over three hours. Yeah, I’ll say it, learning about America’s history was a tad bit more interesting than political statistics.
I had an incredible time, looking for Berliners (doughnuts) and staring at good ‘ole Ron throwing snowballs in the White House front-lawn.
And as always, Reagan-Bush ’84.
This post is not a representation of political endorsement or affiliation. As always, all opinions are my own.