I’m so late in getting this engagement session posted! It’s fitting, though, since we had to reschedule a few times thanks to this year’s whacky spring weather in Washington, D.C. 81 more words
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During our recent road trip, we stopped by Washington DC to especially see the World War II Memorial. Seeing how big the memorial is, and especially seeing the stars of rememberance section, made me so thankful for all the people who sacrificed their lives, their mental health, and changed their lives because of that war. 11 more words
A few fun days in Washington, D.C., starring great weather, museum fun, and man does my kid love trains. And the city of Detroit disgustingly takes money from schools to put into an arena
As I stood on line Monday night at a Haagen-Dazs just two blocks from the Verizon Center arena in Washington, D.C. (Hall and Oates were playing that night, who knew they could still fill arenas???), I struck up a conversation with a family of five that were all wearing yellow T-shirts saying “Wilson Family Takeover 2017.” 828 more words
WASHINGTON (AP) — Officials are draining a pool and other water features at the World War II Memorial in Washington.
The National Park Service said in a statement Friday that the draining will happen Sunday and will allow for the replacement of current incandescent light fixtures with high efficiency lighting. 40 more words