* #CoolAngelCoTidbit: We bet you knew that the “Teddy Bear” gets its name from the 26th President of the United States of America (1901-1909) Mr. Theodore (“Teddy”) Roosevelt... but how on earth did that came to be? Long story short, during what became a historic hunting trip in which Mr. Roosevelt was a guest of honor --but had come out empty handed-- one of his hunting assistants had the idea of tying down a bear to a tree to provide Mr. Roosevelt with the opportunity to shoot the animal and make it appear as if he had hunted it himself! But Teddy Roosevelt declined and the news went “viral”! Want to know the rest of the story? How did this go “viral” without Internet in 1902? Want to see a replica of the adorable ORIGINAL Teddy Bear? Then read up on all the details at the National Park Services website at https://www.nps.gov/thrb/learn/historyculture/storyofteddybear.htm.