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When my mama comes to town.

Hannah: “Some people get paid to blog as a full time job.” My mother: “And some people need to spend more time on their spiritual life and reading their Bible.” That’s right ladies and gentlemen (Who am I kidding? Gentlemen … Continue reading

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Dating.

By the time James and I got married, we had been dating four and a half years, of which well over two had been spent long-distance. One of those was international long distance, and I didn’t have wifi in my … Continue reading

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When you come to DC

It is one of my hopes of this blog that it makes you want to come to DC. I just really love this city, and I feel like it doesn’t get enough credit as a great place to come, at … Continue reading

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Why I love DC: Union Market

A decade ago, the eastern half of this city wasn’t exactly tourist friendly. This is reaffirmed every time I tell someone who has lived in the DC metropolitan area for a long time I live in SE and that last … Continue reading

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Uptown Girl

Instead of actually unpacking my suitcase from last weekend in New York, I decided to blog about it. That’s almost the same thing, right? Last time I was in New York, I basically followed Joseph and Ana-Joel around blindly… which … Continue reading

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Blessed.

Sometimes I can’t believe how blessed we are with our friends in DC. We have met some great people in this city, gotten to know some awesome people at work or church, been surprised by roommates we love, or met … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

So apparently Valentine’s Day in DC is an excuse for all the restaurant’s to rip you off by removing their normal menu and replacing it with a “prix fixe” menu. Hey DC… this is America. Just call it “fixed price” … Continue reading

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