Returning to the District

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A couple of weeks ago the husband and I finally made it back to Washington since we moved last year. It was the first time returning to D.C. as “tourists” even if it didn’t feel that way. The husband was officially graduating from Georgetown University. It was a quick weekend trying to cram as much … Continue reading

A girls’ weekend in Virginia wine country

When my best friend got engaged, I immediately started thinking about a girls’ weekend getaway. She’s one of the funnest people to be around so I knew it would be a blast. We kind of had a mini girls’ weekend in D.C. last year so I was ready for this. My bachelorette was two years … Continue reading

Two homes are better than one

I’ve started using the TimeHop app to recall things I’ve posted on social media in the past. I’m getting a lot of updates from last year. Like this picture I took at Union Station last year today: Yep. I miss that place. I’ve been missing that place — Washington, D.C. that is — a lot … Continue reading

Saying good-bye

For weeks I’d been planning how I would leave D.C. after four years. You all know I make a lot of lists so there were lists upon lists. And then I’d contemplated what I would write about it all. Well, that old saying about the best laid plans, it’s true. The big D.C./east coast storm … Continue reading

Last day

Today is my last day of work as a congressional reporter. It’s been a crazy ride. I now have even more respect for the reporters who work on Capitol Hill for years. There’s a ton of waiting in hallways, scoping out locations, and digging for some kind of response. News isn’t as easy as it … Continue reading

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