WOW! Here is the 18th century house that John Adams, America’s second President, was born in. It is located in a town called Quincy, Massachusetts–about seven miles south of Boston–and the house is still standing on its original foundation in the same spot that it was built. I am impressed. Of course, the structure has been refurbished a few times over the past three hundred years or so, yet it maintains its Yankee simplicity and New England tenacity having endured three hundred northeastern U.S. winters. . .mmmmhhhhmmmm! I love hangin’ out in Deacon John’s (that’s what they called his father) place, and I know that you will too if you ever find yourself wanderin’ around in eastern Massachusetts lookin’ for somethin’ ‘istoric to do.
I send you staunch vibes from the birthplace of John Adams. . .feel them. . .they will help you live a long and productive life.
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It’s lovely out there.