In my post on Capitol Hill and the U.S. Botanic Garden, I mentioned that my husband and I had gone to the Library of Congress on June 24 to ask if we could listen to a recording of an interview my father-in-law gave for the Veterans History Project. 1,657 more words
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I was once asked the question: What would be the first line of your autobiography?
This was my answer: “She always said that learning to do a free-standing headstand was one of her life’s biggest accomplishments: it took dedication, hard work, patience, and balance.” 851 more words
Though it does not seem like the ideal vacation spot, Washington D.C. is actually a great place to see the heart of America and its history. 263 more words
A new tax credit is in the works for first-time home buyers in Washington DC. The First-time Homebuyer Tax Credit Amendment Act of 2014 legislation being considered by the DC Council would reduce the recordation tax rate for first-time home buyers in Washington DC from 1.45% to .725% percent of the property sales price. 158 more words
I had fun writing this for my company’s blog this week. Not only did I learn things I didn’t know about D.C. 24 more words