#333; thoughts on Spring

It’s sort of starting to feel like Spring here in Boston. Spring always makes me miss Washington, DC, though. I left the District in June of 2010 after almost ten years there and days like today – weather in the fifties, going to a friend’s house to watch the baseball game and celebrate my boyfriend’s 31st birthday – make me miss it there way too badly. So … Continue reading #333; thoughts on Spring

#284; best regards from washington

I like the stars; it’s the illusion of permanence. I can pretend that things last; that lives last longer than moments. – Neil Gaiman I’ve been in Washington, DC since this past weekend, visiting with old friends and sleeping on couches. It’s hard to admit, but I’m feeling more and more that the phrase “you can never go home again” has finally applied to the … Continue reading #284; best regards from washington

#193; post-DC-election

There was a time in when my life revolved around the politics of the DC Council. I once worked with national organizations, local committees, concerned citizens, and an amazing team of co-workers toward the important end of electing Republicans to the Council. Yesterday, there was a special election in the District that saw a Republican do better than nearly ever before. Sadly, my friend did not win, but … Continue reading #193; post-DC-election