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January 28, 2019


final january weekending
posted by soe 1:15 am

As you can probably see, I didn’t write either longer blog post I hoped to finish, but that doesn’t mean I accomplished nothing on this mild winter weekend.

Sunrise in Dupont

I saw the sunrise on Saturday when I went to buy bagels. Corey and I then went back to bed, which is the only reasonable reaction to seeing the sun rise.

Sunrise over Dupont Circle

I went to Georgetown to the library, where I used their printer and picked up my hold and checked out the progress of the bulbs on Book Hill.

Crocuses

I then moseyed down to Baked & Wired for a cup of hot chocolate. The key during busy times is to forego cupcakes and other major sweets in favor of drinks (and, if you want, quick breads), because there’s rarely a line for the latter but almost always a line for the former on nice days.

Saturday Afternoon Fun

Rudi and I made homemade pizza before he had to turn in for the night.

Today, I visited the farmers market for some vegetables and worked on getting my ukulele in tune. (I think I need new strings, because these are ancient and do not want to remain taut. Luckily, there’s a music shop a couple metro stops away, so there’s a task for later in the week.) Late in the afternoon, I headed to a local coffeehouse where I sat out on their patio for a while, listening to my audiobook and working on my sock. As I was walking home, I spotted some forsythia, a mid-winter staple in the area. (It was in focus in real life.)

Forsythia

Rudi and I concluded the weekend by watching the live-ish performance of Rent on tv — quite enjoyable.

Sunset in Dupont

I hope you also had a nice final January weekend!

January Sunset

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Those sunrise photos are divine! Thank you for sharing!

Comment by Kat 01.28.19 @ 8:24 am

I think that is witch hazel, not forsythia which comes out mid-winter. Love seeing what you are upto.

Comment by Helen 01.28.19 @ 10:40 pm



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