On Welcoming 2014 and Saying Goodbye to JFK at the Newseum

Happy New Year, friends! I've been MIA/unplugging for the holidays these last three weeks. I'm feeling good, but also a bit rusty. So I just wanted to get a quick post in here today to say hello and officially welcome all of us into the new year, Museum Scout-style. Therefore, this post will be short and sweet.

As you may know, nothing irks me more than hearing about something cool AFTER it has happened. So, if you're in DC (or thereabouts) this weekend and you have an interest in JFK, Jacquie, John Jr. and Caroline, consider heading to Newseum to see JFK before it closes this Sunday, January 5.

Now, let me warn you that (the) Newseum is not cheap. It's more than 20 dollars for an adult ticket. (Ouch.) But a ticket grants you access to the Museum for two consecutive days. So when your brain gets tired or your children get cranky, you can go home guilt-free and return the next day renewed, refreshed, and ready to tackle another floor. (The Museum has six of them.)

That's all for today, folks! Hope you all had wonderful holidays. I spent the majority of mine sipping tea and watching snow fall. As my husband would say, it was glorious. There are lots of exciting things coming up in the San Diego Museum scene in the next two months, so I hope you'll stay tuned.