Our seats were directly between the White House and the Washington Monument. From that vantage point, we could see the motorcade leave the front of the White House. At that moment, a cheer went up from the crowd.
I can’t imagine a bigger thrill than hearing “Hail to the Chief,” and seeing our 44th President walk onto the stage. His children were darling. He introduced his wife, the girls, and his mother-in-law, whom he called “Mamma Robinson.” Michelle read “The Night Before Christmas.” He was thoughtful of those who serve our country, and he said that this season has come to transcendent all religions as being a time when we join together to hope for peace.
Jordin Sparks was warmth and adorable, Randy Jackson personable–and he kept the production moving along. Sheryl Crow, was, well–she’s Sheryl Crow and she’s fabulous.