Monday, February 16, 2009

Whose Fine Face

(to the tune of London Bridge is Falling Down, this is what we've been hearing the past few days)
Whose fine face is on the penny,
on the penny, on the penny,
whose fine face is on the penny,
Abraham Lincoln.

Whose fine face is on the quarter,
on the quarter, on the quarter,
whose fine face is on the quarter,
George Washington.
Elianna loves playing with her pushka (charity box) and will point to Washington and say "Daddy, that's George Washington!" before putting it in. It's really cute.

It should be a busy President's Day - for those who have off, enjoy!


  1. My pet peeve - It's Presidents Day. No apostrophe.

  2. yea, sure, rub it in that those of us who work for the bais yaakov system still have work. nice.

  3. SIL - I wasn't sure, actually. I could see it being before the s, after the s, or not at all. Ah well! :)

    PN, Erachet - :D You should see what I rub into accountants...

  4. Hmmm...the apostrophe thing actually isn't so pashut.


    President's Day: United in Service
    An overview of the holiday, along with brief biographies and coloring pages of the presidents. From the official White House site. - 40k - Cached - Similar pages -

  5. I feel like the apostrophe should be after the S -- who's the one president the day is dedicated to? Tsk, the White House must have it all wrong :-P

  6. B~M - Actually, Washington. :) Lincoln was only added later.