First of all I would like to thank each and everyone who has ever visited my website. I have been blessed to have been presenting my program as a fulltime job for 18 years now, but I must tell you that this never could have happened without the help of my loving wife. Molly and I have been happily married for almost 23 years now, but through a lot of sacrifices she has stood behind me, and she definitely saw the vision that would spawn into my presenting President Lincoln within a program of my own, only after seeing me where I was very first cast as the part of Abraham Lincoln for a production in our hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. With her professional storytelling background, she most definitely knew and saw a direction for me to take President Lincoln into my own first person storytelling series, and we have both definitely said that God was behind it, and He absolutely did the rest. "Meet Mr. Lincoln" has definitely been a duo effort needless to say. This page will contain some pictures where Molly and I have had much fun with presenting my program that we both created together.
Several pictures may come from Molly's classroom [Molly Flatt-Boggs - "Ms. Flatt's class"], where she taught Kindergarten several years ago for a short period of time in the past. She could no longer pursue this career, as she was diagnosed with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis, and like anyone else who has been diagnosed with this disease, it is and can be very debilitating. She and I both would definitely appreciate all of your prayers for a cure and for healing. This page has been dedicated to both her and me working on my program together.
President Lincoln presented to my wife's class when she taught Kindergarten at Ruby Major Elementary.
After the students, Molly finally gets a 'photo-op' with President Lincoln
Molly & Lincoln with humor involved.
... And more humor!
Molly and I really enjoy visiting Springfield, Illinois everytime we get the opportunity, and we always enjoy touring Abraham Lincoln's home. This would become the first home that he would ever own, and this is where he and Mary lived for several years prior to becoming the 16th President of the United States, and therefore, leaving for the White House. He always intended on returning to his home here in Springfield, Illinois, but unfortunately that would never happen.
Molly & Dennis Boggs in front of the Lincoln Home in Springfield, Illinois
Molly & Dennis Boggs in front of the Lincoln Home at dusk