Tag Archives: Capitol Hill

From the weekend.

This weekend was the first weekend in a while that wasn’t comprised of travel, apartment hunting, moving, and unpacking. Which meant that Saturday was a gloriously lazy day of zero productivity that left us feeling very accomplished. I went to … Continue reading

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Capitol Hill Coffee.

I have a pretty great summer schedule down. Housework, exercise, home puttering, emails and photography things in the mornings, then off to a coffee shop for dissertation research or semester prep in the afternoon. This gives me a chance to … Continue reading

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A Christmas Walk

Last night James and I did one of our favorite low-key Christmas traditions, walking across Capitol Hill to see some of our favorite holiday decorations. We started at Starbucks, loading up on those amazing sugary holiday drinks before wandering over … Continue reading

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Love Letters.

Dear Husband: Thanks for taking the time to resuscitate our bikes after sitting on the porch all winter so that we could go on our epic Sunday bike ride. Dear Janna: Thanks for coming to visit this weekend and encouraging … Continue reading

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Craig, Christine, and one to come.

One of my friends is currently the most beautiful pregnant women.┬áSee? I wasn’t exaggerating. If you have been reading here for awhile, you have probably already seen Craig and Christine get engaged, get married, and now they are expecting their … Continue reading

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Ellie

Though it is back to frigid temperatures this week, merely a week ago we had that ridiculously warm and sunny weekend. Conveniently, that was the day that I met up with this pretty lady for some senior pictures around Capitol … Continue reading

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This week we saw the Capitol Tree.

This week we walked to go see the Capitol Christmas Tree, the “People’s Tree.” It is decorated by the people, specifically the school children of Washington this year, covered in Gatorade bottles and tin pie plates turned ornament. Democracy at … Continue reading

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An evening with the Kyle family.

Last night we had some more dear friends pass through DC, again from France! In between a Capitol tour and burgers at Good Stuff (both absolutely essential DC experiences if you only have a day or two in this city), … Continue reading

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When The Relatives Came

One of the most fun things about being an adult is becoming friends with your parents as something closer to peers. I was always close with my parents, but every year it seems like we are more and more on … Continue reading

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Why I love DC: Capitol Hill Books

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a person of a certain book love must be in want of more books. It is another truth that sometimes two of the aforementioned people will marry each other and have to buy … Continue reading

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