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Wandering in the Wisteria

My posting schedule is hereby cancelled until the semester is over. There will be new posts, but I have no idea what days they’ll be going up on.  I’m spread a bit thin and have too much going on in the next couple of weeks. I’ve also been sick which means precious time that could’ve…

Family Weekend

This past weekend, I convinced my cousin Scott to drive down from RI for a weekend visit. He arrived Friday night and left Sunday afternoon. While I probably should’ve spent the entire weekend writing a big paper I have due Tuesday, we had a fun weekend playing tourist. When he arrived Friday night, we immediately…

District Daffodils

I love how everything has been in full bloom for a couple of weeks now. Even though it doesn’t feel like it quite yet, it actually looks like spring! After driving by these daffodils one day, I knew I had to take photos here, it’s just so beautiful! That morning, I had been thinking about…

Cherry Blossom Bows

I’m not sure if it’s actually shorts weather yet, but that didn’t stop me from wearing some this week when I went for a walk to see the cherry blossoms. Originally, I thought it would be cold, so I wore a winter coat with my shorts (I probably looked ridiculous as some of the tourists)…

That’s Just Capitol

Before yesterday, I had never been inside the Capitol Building. I never really thought about going in, or what it looked like inside. When my friend decided to bring his visiting friend on a tour, I was eager to tag along. Inside, when I looked up at one of the domes, it reminded me of…

Skate Date

Skate dates with my friends are one of my favorite winter activities, although I do have a talent for choosing the worst days to go. The day we went ice skating at the National Gallery of Art’s sculpture garden ended up being about 25 degrees with frigid winds that wouldn’t stop for anything. We ended…

City Snow

Experiencing the first snow of the season in a city is a bit depressing as the snow melts the second it hits the pavement, yet it’s still exciting to feel like you’re living in a snowglobe. I ended up in CityCenter and instantly gravitated towards the large Christmas tree which I soon realized was artificial…