I used to walk through CityCenterDC all the time when I was going to Goethe for German classes. Goethe has since moved and isn’t near CityCenter anymore. So we happened to be in the area the other night
There is something weird about Maryland (and Virginia seems to have this problem, too). There are hardly any sidewalks! Look at almost ANY neighborhood in Maryland and you will notice it. I love older
Every year we try to attend at least one Washington Kastles tennis match. The best part is the matches are indoors at the GW Basketball Arena. Where else can you watch tennis and be nice and cool in
Only a Scot would see this and laugh! I was walking home from the hospital with James when I spotted this Washington, DC tag and I started laughing. I started to walk away when I realized I should stop
Georgetown has free summer concerts in the park and they are such a treat! We always run into friends and James has a good time playing with the kids and the other dogs.
What do you think of
James got his summer cut from Ana over at Doggie Style. I have been making him lots of new summer bandanas, too!
For the past few weeks at the hospital James has noticed a squirrel toy in a bag in the nurses area. He keeps eyeing it and sniffing towards the squirrel toy. But he is a good dog while he is working
I was in Whole Foods the other day waiting to check out and I noticed the September issue of Architectural Digest had “Steven Klein” on the cover. Of course I had to check it out! Steven Klein was the
I\’ve been wanting to visit Washington, DC at peak bloom for the cherry blossoms for years. I even had a recurring alert in my calendar to tell me to look into going every year. But the end of March
April arrived and I took an afternoon off to walk around the mall area of Washington, DC. I saw a lot of blooms about to go nuts and I can\’t wait to go back again this week and see how they are looking.
I was in Orlando for a wedding and I thought I missed the peak Tabebuia season. I used to call them (and still sometimes do) Trumpet Trees but they are not actually trumpet trees. They are Tabebuia trees.
We arrived back in DC from New Orleans to news of another snow day. Here we were mid-March and getting more snow!
A few bulbs in our neighborhood popping up through the last snow of the season:
We were in Birmingham and New Orleans a few weeks ago and I loved seeing all of the flowering trees in bloom. It wasn\’t quite Spring yet in DC and I was ready to see some color!
Chris made me realize
I realize this photo of Alan Jackson isn\’t new but I recently found it (I don\’t listen to country as much as I used to) and I thought it was such a great photo! I love great photography (obviously!)
I was just reading online about Danny Lehman and how he takes photos of cruise ships from a helicopter! What an awesome job! The photos are amazing and I just want to look at them all day long. I was
I can\’t believe it has been 10 years since September 11, 2001. My heart still aches when I view images 10 years later like these unpublished photos from James Nachtwey. I loved the WTC – they were always
My aunt sent me these photos in an email – they are from the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARG), also known as “The Boneyard.” The Pima Air & Space Museum offers exclusive bus
It has been just over three months since we said goodbye to Duke on December 26th. I still miss him so much. He was such a sweet dog and he made me so happy! He would stay at my feet for hours while
I have to honestly say I\’ve never been a big fan of balloons. When you see them at a party it is either not enough or too much. And there is a fine line in between. But lately I\’ve been seeing balloons
Our friend Lee Forrest is an INCREDIBLE florist in Orlando and earlier this year he made me a dog made of flowers. More specifically a Poodle made of white carnations!
I told Chris if I can\’t have