Mrs. Ferrier Goes to Washington

  1. Cooperone says:

    Priceless Mrs. Ferrier, just priceless!

  2. HopefulLeigh says:

    So, so cool, Lindsay! You really do get some of the most interesting opportunities.

    • Anonymous says:

      It was definitely a nice counter to food poisoning, which my husband and I have been dealing with ever since our return from Disney!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have been DYING to hear about this! As a major history nerd with a degree in Political Science/emphasis in American Government, it would be fair to say that DC is my Mecca. And the WH? I would probably die of bliss. That is such an awesome and amazing experience and I am SO happy you got to participate! Very, very cool.

  4. Alia Joy says:

    Well, sounds like you had a fabulous time exploring. I would have really loved to hear your official white house speech, I’m sure it was profound. I can tell by the hand raised in the air. 😉

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m afraid to share it here- Everyone would want ME to throw my hat in the ring for Prez ,and I’ve got my kids to think about! LOL

  5. Kimberly says:

    That is SO incredibly cool!!! I love the picture of you at the podium.  So many important things have happened there.  Very happy for you that your career has gone in the direction it has.  And so quickly too!  🙂

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks, Kimberly! This has been a fun year and a once in a lifetime opportunity, that’s for sure!

  6. rubberbacon says:

    you are so awesome!

  7. Wow, that was great. Congrats, Lindsay!

  8. Cooperone says:

    We’re still waiting to hear details of the Disney trip…

  9. Congrats! What a fun opportunity! Now you’re going to have to pass on all of your cool presidential knowledge to the kids 🙂

  10. Katherine says:

    You are so funny! I would do the same thing with the name placecard! By the way—LOVE the colorblock dress!

  11. Anonymous says:

    I totally would have taken a picture at the podium!  I probably would frame it and put it in my house.  Closest I’ve come to the West Wing was a tourist tour of the White House when I was eight and a meeting at the Old Executive Office Building (next to the White House and location of the VP’s office) when I was in college. 
    So exciting for you!

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