Caroline Bouvier Kennedy
Last Christmas, CAROLINE BOUVIER KENNEDY, no GRINCH and certainly no STICK-IN-THE-MUD, visited the US Naval ship, certainly no BATTLESHIP, but the last of the Kitty Hawk Class aircraft carriers, the USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), now in Philadelphia as a museum ship waiting for its dismantling. Her late father's name will be transferred to the future Gerald R. Ford-class carrier John F. Kennedy (CV-79). As a Christmas present, she brought a basket of POMEGRANATES to every attendant of the ship in honor of her Dad. Even the SEAGULLS were IMPRESSED with her visit, and several of the ship's EGREGIOUS DEADLIGHTS opened up as if to clap for her!
After she left Philadelphia, she traveled north to the northeastern-most corner of Pennsylvania and crossed into northern NJ to the old NEWTON ABBEY, nestled between PA and eastern NY. The monks there had asked her to visit, again in honor of her father, the Late President, and she gave each of them a Christmas present as well after an hour of silence together.