So the plan was to maybe keep up with posting while I was in DC, but we all know it did not work at all. Anyway, so we came home on Saturday – the weather was slightly gloomy and was sprinkling as we were leaving Maryland, then as soon as we got out of MD it started to clear up pretty much all the way… until we hit Indianapolis, it started to really rain then by the time we got home it really poured down hard. Yes, welcome home. In fact, it’s been kinda cold, rainy and stuff all week since.
So anyway… let see… what did I do while I was in DC area since the last post…
On Wednesday, we got to walk around National Mall. In fact, I think that was the best “tourist” thing we did the whole time. It was really nice outside and it was fun seeing stuff. We saw Washington Monument, saw the gigantic “National” duck pond, aka the Reflecting Pool, we got to say “‘sup?” to the homeboy (Lincoln Memorial), and of course, amongst all, tourist groups in matching colored shirts – and my my my, there were a lot of them. Oh and eventually we saw The White House, outside the fenced area, like monkeys. Oh and at World War I Memorial – it was funny how you could totally guess where these people were from, because pretty much everyone was standing right front of the pole with the (what’s assumed as their home) state and taking pictures. Ha.
And also on Wednesday, we went to Natural History Museum, saw the gems, including Hope Diamond. When we first walked into the exhibit, I had no idea where it was. I just saw this big group of ladies and young girls circling around for no reason. Then I put two and two together and figured out that’s where it was. Hah. Actually Hope Diamond wasn’t all that exciting, though the rest of the gem exhibit was cool though. While we were in Natural History, Chris really wanted to take me to the live butterfly thing. Good thing that it wasn’t free – I’m glad that we weren’t there on Tuesday because it would’ve been free and I would’ve been dragged into the room of horror, filled with butterflies. (I hate butterflies… and no I am not kidding)
On Thursday, again, we did the tourist things and went to Art Galleries, and briefly walked through American Indian Museum. And I met Robyn, aka Mickey from Knittychat. And I took a picture of us to “prove” that it really did happen.
Friday, we went to Stitch DC and met Anne Marie aka Roxy!
It was very cool to get meet the gals – it’s surely nice to put the faces on the names I only see in text. Hah.
And we came home on Saturday. Long, butt numbing car ride.
And.. it’s time for bed for me now. Coming up on next post (whenever it may be): my overall thought on trip. Why? Because I feel like it.
… and I miss Coco dearly. Pretty little kitty, now a fish-killer.