In the depths of Rock Creek Park, a somewhat-secret site hosts heaps of 200-year-old sandstone, silently growing moss.Read more "Capitol Ruins in Rock Creek Park"
A personal review of 2016, a year with meme-worthy reputation.Read more "16 lessons learned in 2016"
Training for a backcountry trip in our backyard! Rock Creek Park is one of my favorite DC places.Read more "Valley Trail in Rock Creek Park"
A farewell to the brightest house on Q Street, and the life lessons learned from the tiny, 146-year -old house on “Watermelon Row.”Read more "The Sweet Yellow House"
Anthony scored free tickets to the biannual White House Garden Tour, an event where the public is allowed inside the security gates and onto the presidential pathways around the South Lawn. It was also an excuse to wear my wedding dress again. There’s no dress code, and some people were in t-shirts, but I […]Read more "White House Garden Tour"
Hands down the most beautiful building in the District!Read more "Library of Congress"
The Renwick Gallery’s “Wonder” exhibit has since faded from this Smithsonian location, but still worth sharing a year later. This immersive series of sculptures was one of the coolest exhibits I’ve experienced.Read more "Wonder at Renwick"