Patching Cracks

Last year, I read that during his presidency Theodore Roosevelt often slept outside in a tent with his children. Teddy had a reputation for being a rough and tumble adventurous man, but consider the oddity of the president of the United States sleeping in the yard with his children. It’s hard to imagine any president or world leader doing the same in this day and age. One of the reasons this detail stood out to me was that during his childhood, Roosevelt was sickly and unable to be particularly active; his father would carry him around the library in their home reading to him. He was a father...

 
 
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