Washington, D.C.

October 28, 2007

I’m visiting my good friend Ellen in Washington, D.C. this weekend. I’m a little jet setter lately! I’m ready to be settled in at home again, but it won’t happen next week. But anyway, we’ll get to that at a later date.

Day one of my visit, Friday, was spent with Ellen at work, and then lounging at her apartment eating cookies, talking, and watching Scrubs.

Day two involved sleeping in, watching more Scrubs, going to a wedding, and hauling out to Annapolis to see Over the Rhine in concert, which was, by the way, amazing.

Day three (today) we went to church and then walked the heck out of DC. What we saw: Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, National History Treasures, Archives (Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights), Washington Monument, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam War Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Ford’s Theatre, the house where Lincoln died, and went to the top of the Old Post Office to see a view of the city.

I think we walked about 10 miles, and my foot hurts! Here are the pictures from my trip so far. Tomorrow I’m taking the Capitol tour and visiting the Library of Congress, so more pictures will be added after that.

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Comments on Washington, D.C.

  1. 1

    From David, The Rainmaker:

    Kathleen. You need to get me hooked up with Ellen. Seriously. Then you could be her sister! It’s perfect. Please help me make this happen.

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    From Katy:

    For some reason, I have the urge to say, “Other than that Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?” It’s one of my favorite sayings. Kind of lame? Yes.

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