i'm sorry that you died, but thanks for your museum.
while my friend, Kimberly, was here she and i and a couple of my siblings went to the 6th floor museum which is where president JFK was shot.
it was incredibly crowded, but still quite interesting.
i've always been fascinated with the Kennedy family and how cursed they seemed to have been. and jack kennedy was my favorite president so i was cool to see the photos and footage of his presidency.
it was also very sad though. and eerie. you literally stand right where john wilkes booth (ha, thank you DS&H! i meant lee harvey oswald. that's what i get for writing my posts late at night when i'm not thinking clearly.) stood when he killed the president. if that's not ominous, i don't know what is.
if you haven't been, it might be worth it to drop in at least once. that is what Dallas is known for so if you're looking for the ultimate touristy experience in Dallas, TX, go visit the 6th floor museum. or Cowboy's stadium. but don't blame me if its boring.