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... headed to the national post office museum. Super fun! The kids had a blast and there was no one there so that's was even better. They were able to make their own stamp and go on a scavenger hunt. They also mailed out a bunch of postcards to friends and family! After that we rode the metro to the National Archives. The last time we were in DC it was being renovated. WOW. It was super crowded, but wow. Being able to ...
... weekend, I came back at the Adventist Church Saturday with my friends! We shared the meal with the members, and discussed. I like this members because they didn’t know me and they want to know me more! I appreciated a lot! After Church, we went at the National Arab-American Cultural Festival, it was a festival which celebrated culture, food, and arts from the Middle East and North Africa, highlighting the beauty and diversity of the Arab ...
... at 6am and went to curl up on the foot stool, Josh said he had the worst night sleep EVER...again! Anyway, they were very grumpy this morning. We had a nice breakfast at the hotel restaurant and then ordered a sleep out bed and our shower fixed and headed off the the Air and Space museum, an easy 20 min walk from the hotel. Cold, but not too bad, so we walked past the capitol building, a few statues and frozen lakes and the top end of the ...
... seeds from the plants. I put my bag on the ground to put my camera away and a cheeky little squirrel came right up to my bag to have a look in it. I was a little nervous because as cute as these things look we have heard they have a really big bite. Thankfully when he realized we didn't have any food he ran off to find another victim. We missed the museum, it had closed for the day so we will add that to the list for another day.
... of people, hanging on every word.
It was at this time we were joined by Scott, an old writing
friend. He came forward and got me in a hug. I’m not really a hugger, but it
wasn’t the hug that was bothering me. It was the fact that I was perched
precariously on the top step. I could easily have taken the quick way down.
As a group, we wandered over to the Vietnam War Memorial.
Over 50,000 names adorn ...