Monthly Archives: September 2011

“Comment ça va?”

I wish to correct a potential misconception. If you were innocently reading this blog, you might think that my life in DC is wandering starry eyed though monuments, taking pretty pictures, eating overpriced delicacies, and generally living life up. Let … Continue reading

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2 Things I Love

There are many things that I love about living in DC. I would like to share one of my favorite things with you here and it is this drink of perfection, the toasted marshmallow  milkshake from Good Stuff Eatery. Do … Continue reading

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Kate and Brian

Over Labor day weekend I photographed the wedding of Kate and Brian. If I was to summarize their wedding in one word it would be FUN.  I feel that there are so many sources today that tell us what a … Continue reading

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Georgetown Cupcakes

There are many things that baffle me about the world we live in today.  Google+, hipsters, the fact that everything is crossbred with a poodle, and why anyone would want to read a book on a computer screen, just to … Continue reading

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Something in the human spirit

Last weekend Rachel came to visit.  Because I had only just started classes, I was partially able to pretend like I could go around and have fun instead of studying all weekend. Plus, I have to take advantage of weekends … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Baking: Deep Dark Chocolate Cookies

When someone in your life is gluten intolerant, you start becoming obsessed with finding things that are gluten-free. Or maybe that is just me.  And every time you stumble upon a gluten-free object, you have to excitedly send a text … Continue reading

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Orientation

I started classes on Wednesday after a week of orientation at University of Maryland. Returning to being the one getting grades rather than giving them is daunting after 2 years away. I am teaching one class (French 103) and taking … Continue reading

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