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Rows of Roses

29th Street in Georgetown is where it’s at where it comes to all the cool looking houses. I love this gorgeous blue one with the vertical shrubs is on the front. It even has a cute little climbing rose on the side! Directly across the street from it are two giant rose bushes. It’s finds…

Graduation!!

Today I finally graduated from GW with a B.A. in Psychology. It’s been a crazy 3 years and I can’t help but look back on how much has changed over the course of them. At the start, I had no idea what I wanted to do in terms of a major or career. I tried…

Spotted At The Wharf

I love a bold outfit, and this linen leopard printed set is no exception. Maybe it’s a little ridiculous, but I couldn’t have felt more myself when wearing it. I feel like a fierce leopard, lol! When I saw the set, I knew I had to wear it with my patent black heels, black cat-eye-heart…

Georgetown Blooms

This past weekend, I took a study break to walk around Georgetown and look at the blooms. I can’t believe roses are already blooming! It seems we’ve hit RI’s equivalent of June here in DC. Today is going to be an interesting day as I have 3 of my 5 finals. I was supposed to…

Seersucker and Tulips

My favorite part of DC is in Virginia. The view from the hill near the Netherlands Carillon and Iwo Jima is the best of DC. It’s especially gorgeous this time of year when the tulips are blooming! Visiting in the Spring is becoming a tradition of mine. I was a little late in visiting this…

Capitol Blooms

The weather this weekend was too beautiful to stay inside. Instead, I went for a walk around the Capitol to look at blooms and enjoy the weather. Cherry blossoms, forsythias, daffodils and tulips were all in bloom. While I was walking around, some guy catcalled me. Guess my outfit was cute! Shorts // Similar Top…

Daffodil Showers

For a city, DC is really full of blooms this time of year. Who would’ve thought that there’d be an entire “field” of daffodils in the middle of the city? Every year, I take a walk around here (stepping on paths, not flowers), and it’s always raining! This year, I came prepared with my rain…