DC We Miss You.

March 26, 2013

Family on the Road, Museums

A visit to the National Archives. (I may or may not have cried when we saw the Constitution.)

A stroll through the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden.

An afternoon at the National Museum of American History. Probably our favorite in DC.

An ominous but breathtaking sunset.

A chance to take in some local culture at Maine Avenue Fish Market, the the oldest continuously operated fish market in the US.

D.C., we miss you.

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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I'm Jenn and I'm so happy you stopped by our little corner of the web. My favorite moments are cuddling with my boys, listening to the purrs of my cat, and sipping warm cups of tea. The smell of orange blossoms conjures up delightful memories of childhood even though I grew up in Indiana hundreds of miles from citrus groves. I love animals and when I'm stressed I dream of owning a goat farm. I love art, road trips, books, and food. Vintage clothes make me ridiculously happy. Red lipstick is my friend.

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