Here’s a fun fact: Teddy Roosevelt’s wife and mother both died on Feb 14th. So while you complain about being alone, let’s remember who really was forever alone on this day.
How bout his journal entry for that day though?
If that doesn’t get you right in the feels, I don’t know what does.
I can’t even imagine the heartbreak he went through that day…
Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.
Teddy Roosevelt makes the Grand Canyon a national monument in 1908. Also known as the Mand Manyon.
One hundred and five years ago today, January 11th, 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt designated the Grand Canyon a National Monument. It wasn’t until 1919, that it officially became a National Park.