Friday, March 31, 2017


Spring has sprung! Some days the temperatures are still a little colder than I'm comfortable with, but for the most part, we've been able to get out and about, exploring some new spots and revisiting some favorites.

Henry would go to the Air and Space Museum every day if he could.

Before the Nor'easter Stella, we enjoyed some beautiful spring days.

Stella was the biggest snow storm we have experienced. She brought rain, freezing rain, snow, sleet, hail--basically all forms of precipitation! 

She is not into the snow or generally being cold.
A Stella souvenir from our car!
The cherry blossoms live up to the hype!

We met Scott after work one evening to check them out in all their glory.

Flowers are blooming (everywhere!) and babies are growing.

St. Patrick's Day fun. 
A night at the Kennedy Center, celebrating 20 years of free nightly shows on the Millenium Stage.  Henry actually loved it, despite that face. He declared it a "a great party!" especially with  the Celtic band, and balloon and confetti drop.

We closed out March with a trip to Mount Vernon which did not disappoint.

Cheers to April and more adventures!

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