Monday, February 5, 2018

Melania Mondays!

Some people sit for the national anthem, others stand and America's attractive and glamorous First Lady lost no time in showing off her patriotism in a red, white and blue varsity jacket at yesterday's Mar-a-Lago Superb Owl party.

Melania started off the celebration by casting an appreciative eye on the Florida Atlantic University band and cheerleaders. According to one observer, the internationally popular former model looked "runway-ready" in a pair of blue Louboutins and "ravishing" on her arrival in Florida, wearing an off the shoulder red coat. And who are we to disagree?  

Today Melania flew to Cincinnati to visit children who were born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). NAS has become acute with America's opioid crisis, as increasing numbers of babies are born addicted to their mothers' narcotic.

The First Lady, who loves children, brought Valentines Day cards, coloring books and good cheer to the youngsters.

Well done Melania, for doing your part to make America great again.




LL said...

The smug, corrupt, lying, filthy, elite media hate our glamorous, friendly, charming First Lady and would like her stop trying to make America great again. The press doesn't comment much about the Trump White House abandoning Michelle O's dietary tips for children that caused kids nationwide to dump their school lunch in the trash. The Donald likes cheeseburgers and Diet Coke. So do the kids.

The Egyptian said...

sigh, no high school girl I ever knew ever filled out a varsity jacket like that!
and rockin those heels to boot

LSP said...

LL, the aggressive,sly, condescending, corrupt, lying, elite media scorn Melania and try to discredit her but she continues to MAGA.

I'm surprised they haven't accused her of being a Russian Bot. After all, she's from Eastern Europe and married to a notorious Kremlin agent.

Cheeseburgers are known for hitting the spot!

LSP said...

Quite some heels, Egyptian!

Well done, First Lady.

Jules said...

She looks like a delightful Daffodil!

LSP said...

I hadn't thought of that, Jules. Good call, and it cheered up the kids.