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Today’s adventure included both! Allow me to explain. The three of us (mom, sister, myself) went to several forehead stores today. The normal name for these are “quilting shops.” Fabric stores that cater to those who make quilts. My sister … Continue reading
Yesterday, my nieces and I spent the afternoon together. We went to the National Portrait Gallery, also part of the Smithsonian, and what a wonderful place it is. The exhibits were fantastic. I especially enjoyed “Face Value: Portraiture in the Age of … Continue reading
…You consider going to Costco the day before Thanksgiving an adventure. Which it was, but getting there right as they’re opening helps. Even on the day before Thanksgiving. So, all provisions are obtained for home, my sister got the last … Continue reading
Today, courtesy of Congressman Schrader’s staff, we took a tour of the Capitol building. But prior to that, we went to the Library of Congress. I sort of geeked out over the architectural details… The floor mosaics were stunning, the stained … Continue reading
A few shots from today’s adventure. Enjoying the photography practice and seeing sights I’ve never seen before. I am having a wonderful time exploring our nation’s Capitol, and re-awakening my love of history. Carry on.
A few of the things I saw on today’s adventure: This made me think of a winter forest scene. Yes, the three photos below are of a geode. No, those aren’t wood chips. Looks like fiber optics, doesn’t it? Carry … Continue reading