The force was with Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) on Monday.
At least it seemed that way in a photo the former GOP presidential hopeful posted to her Twitter:
There I was enjoying a meeting with the Angels in Adoption family, when all of a sudden a lightsaber duel broke out. pic.twitter.com/KWxYVDG2V2
— Michele Bachmann (@MicheleBachmann) September 22, 2014
The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute runs the Angels in Adoption program, which honors individuals, couples and organizations that have made extraordinary contributions on behalf of children in need of families. Bachmann has been involved with the organization while serving in Congress.
In May 2014, Bachmann opened up about her own experience with foster children, telling the Hallmark Channel what it's like to have 28 kids in her family -- five biological and 23 from foster care.
"This is really what I wanted more than anything, was to be a happy mom in a big house," Bachmann said. "That's what I wanted -- just to have a house full of kids."