Bear with me for a week or so.  I won’t be posting much.  I have a graduation to attend in Philadelphia.  I’ll try to share more with you if I can just get the itsy bitsy phone to work so that I can post.


The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier lies within Washington Square, one of the five public parks drawn up by William Penn in his 1682 blueprint for Philadelphia. In 1954, the Washington Square Planning Committee decided to erect a memorial that honored both George Washington and an unknown soldier from the Revolutionary War.