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Wordless Wednesday: Light of a courthouse

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There is no average week

It’s the busy time of tour season when endless buses of school children clog the monuments while adult visitors wonder what’s all the chaos? When people ask me what tour guiding is like, the past week is my perfect example. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: The colors of fall

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Voting day . . . finally

Finally, it’s voting day. Thank God or God help us, but either way this presidential election ends. As a journalist, I never publicly discuss my vote, but I’ve never missed an election since turning 18. My parents were very big … Continue reading

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Washington life: What’s old is new again

“Honey – where are our records?” Haven’t said that in awhile, but recently receiving a new knockoff of the radio/record players I saw growing up in the 1960s saw me looking for records for the first time since the 1980s. … Continue reading

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Is it spring yet?

I hate January.  Cold, gray and no tours (translation: broke.) It’s hard to believe that in five weeks it’s March 1. The weather will be warm, the city will flow with eighth graders and cherry blossoms won’t be far behind. … Continue reading

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