George Washington Crossing the Delaware with a Gift Bag of Socks for His Mom
Most historians would probably disagree with me on this, but George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River depicted in a famous painting (I think it was actually a paint-by-number!) was not about getting to the other side – New Jersey – to attack a group of Hessian soldiers during the Revolutionary War in 1776. No, he was actually trying to get across the river to surprise his mom with a gift bag from SammySocks Etc.
This has just now come to light thanks to a recently discovered first draft of the painting (paint-by-number?) by the artist that has been hidden away in the back of a pizza shop in Trenton, New Jersey. As you can plainly see in this photograph of the recently discovered painting, George is holding a gift bag from SammySocks Etc. for his mom. It is a Love Socks Gift Bag for Women!
What a great guy! He was not only a brilliant military strategist, a fantastic leader, and someone who could pull off wearing a wig, but he was a dutiful son who loved his mom so much that during a war he took the time to make sure that he got his mom a great gift for the holidays.
You too can be like George! Visit us at www.sammysocksetc.com and browse our great selection of gift bags and boxes for women, men, and children. Give your mom, or someone else you love, a sock gift bag or box from SammySocks Etc.!