Monday, February 16, 2009

Happy Presidents' Day - Which One Would You Invite to Dinner?

(Image of President George Washington from the White House website slide show)

Today's weather in St. Peters: It's 50 degrees outside. Not bad for mid-February.

Banks and government agencies are closed, the kids are off of school, stores and car dealers are having special sales, and in St. Peters trash pick-up has been delayed until tomorrow. Today is Presidents' Day--the day we remember our nation's presidents.

On Donna's Book Pub, rather than giving my visitors a day off or having a sale of any sort, I'm conducting a survey. In celebration of Presidents' Day all week, I'm asking this question: If you could have dinner with any president--living or deceased--who would it be?

In case you don't know the names of all of our presidents, here's a cool link and a slide show of the presidents from the White House website

Please leave a comment on my blog this week and let us know which president would be your choice for a dinner partner.


  1. Guess I should go first if I expect others to answer the question. My first choice would be Abe Lincoln. My second would be Missouri's own Harry Truman.
    Anybody else care to chime in?

  2. What a great Presidential link, Donna! I'm going to go with Thomas Jefferson first, and then FDR. I love history and would like to get the real deal on those days. Plus, I've got a few questions about Presidential affairs :-)

  3. Hi Cathy,
    Interesting choices. If we're talking Presidential affairs, I think a few more names could be added to your list. ;-)


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