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... that can be influenced by many different external forces. I want to make sure that I don't assume that someone's input does not directly relate to my area of interest. Thus, I must be an attentive listener and be open anything people have to tell me, as they answer my questions. I also must be aware that much of the information being told to me is opinionated and therefore may not paint the entire picture.
And of course, I must remember to have fun and be ...
... lt of museum around the National Mall and, without a map, I would waste a lt of time. Anyway, when I went up the stairs to the ground, I realised it was raining. I hesitated to go out. Because I had nothing to do in the subway station, I decided to walk out. I just headed for the Capitol Hill, though I didn't know what time it would open. When I saw the Capital Hill, it looked close to the subway station, but I had heard it was actually quite far. On my way, I saw ...
One of the first things I learned in design class was that a long diagonal adds dynamism and vigor to a composition. A line that starts at lower left and climbs to upper right denotes optimism and joy - and so it was for me 'cause I's headed home. The five day 1,500 mile run from Austin to Arlington took me from the warmth of the South back to the frost of winter on the Potomac; out of the flat and back to the hills of ...
Constituent: What is this about the government cutting away all spending for the post
offices?? All government ever does is get in everyone's business! Why is the
government even involved with the mail?!?
Me: Yes I see your concern (thinking: ma'am the U.S. government OWNS the mail service
... better as the warning lights reset themselves over night. We talk about parking with Baillie & Robert and have a better plan going into DC Day 2. HUH! No more tickets, but not much less pain. It still takes a half hour to get to where we can park - for a while, so I 'watch' watch all morning, then move the car again. I decide I've had all I can take of DC and don't relish the thought of spending 2 hours+ in morning rush hour to get out on ...
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