Category: dc

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dare I say it?

It has been… a good week… socially. I am saving up my work moanings to be posted at a later time because saving up my manifesto in a little notebook is a lovely way to vent some frustrations about the...

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to relieve stress or renew vitality…

The latest edition of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary now includes mental health day. Maybe I should take the hint. Not that the weekend wasn’t pretty relaxing, aside from Friday evening where the local fireworks were still going off until well past...

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metro omens

When you arrive at your “work” stop and the moment you step off the car another train pulls in that would take you back home… doesn’t that seem like a sign that you should just take it? Go back home,...

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on the elevator: bad karma?

It hasn’t been very good lately, that’s for sure. It’s like other people have been forgetting how elevators work. I notice it mostly at the office. There’s the simplest behavior: trying to get out on every floor thinking it must...

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geeking out: I’m becoming a HTPC convert

Living in Alexandria, my mornings usually consisted of making coffee, having a little something to eat, cleaning up the apartment and listening to shows on NPR. My NPR addiction was mostly caused by having a car and a long commute...

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in DC: the sounds of hot monkey lovin’

I was up early and decided I needed to shift my ass and take a walk through the zoo. When I map it out, it comes to about 3 miles through and back which may not sound like a long...

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Light, Refracted.

A small coffee break to post about the rainbow we got in DC after a quick shower moved through the city. I looked out my window and saw the perfect unbroken double arc outside. So I naturally grabbed my camera...

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The weekend… so close!

TGI–freakin–F as they say. I wonder if our brains have evolved to the point where even a short week no longer feels like a short week. Either that or I’ve just been on the move too much between tidying up,...

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Rockin’ the Suburbs

Ben Folds was awesome, as expected. I’d never been to Wolf Trap before, and as a venue with an “under the stars” option, it’s definitely my favorite. Not that I’d planned on it, but I’ll never go to Nissan Pavilion...