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Posted by: Mrs. Singy on Jun 15, 2012 at 02:51:11 PM

There is nothing more all-American than baseball. Unless you count watching baseball while in Washington, D.C., a city where an American can feel very proud to be a United States citizen. For all it symbolizes ... for all it holds ... for what it is ... the District of Columbia provides us with a mecca of red, white and blue emotion. 

Ken at the Washington MonumentFollowing Ken into D.C. for the Yankees/Nationals series, we bee-bopped around town on the Yankees off day Thursday to walk around the many infamous memorials and  monuments and plethora of waving American flags: Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, White House and war memorials. 


Here are all of these splendid and touching tributes to our country's history, to our fellow citizens and war heroes, to pastpresidents - right in

Posted by: Mrs. Singy on Apr 18, 2011 at 04:55:00 PM

For those of you who have had the magical delight of visiting Disney World, you are familiar with the zillions of Mickey Mouse ears replicated around the various parks. EVERYTHING takes on the silhouette of Mickey ears –- from the giant roadside water tower nearest Magic Kingdom, to the meticulously groomed shrubbery nestled amongst the flawless landscaping; from the fun-to-eat pancakes at breakfast to the multi-colored lollipops in the gift shops.

Mickey ears are everywhere.

I figured a repeated logo of such magnitude existed nowhere else … until I stepped into Yankee Stadium. The Yanks may have trumped Disney in the logo department.

A less-than-exciting nine innings during a Friday night Texas vs. New York game propelled me out of my blue stadium seat toward more interesting