City of Wonderful Contradictions

DC, I love how you are loud and proud and yet you also contain these beautifully quiet spaces where there are shared moments with neighbors. When you wake up early to walk the dog in Bishop’s Garden and find your breath taken by the mist over the city. When on that same walk you meet a best friend from a different orbit who shares your love of our city’s architecture, nature and has a sense of humor about dogs who love to run in circles.Thank you, DC. We love you.

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