Toddler Planet writes:
This is right, no matter how good or bad I feel, and I push myself to have these good times this week for them, for me, for family. I push myself past the pain and into the love, as long as I can, and when I can push no longer I rest, asking my pallative care physician to increase the medication.
Portraits of many of the people who were at Potter’s House for Thanksgiving. Old Adams Morgan, a photo history blog.
On Sundays in Meridian Hill Park, among the people people practicing acroyoga is Flor. Watch her fly at A Few Spokes Shy of a Wheel
Ready Set DC says Tom Wolff brings the U Street community together thought portraits. Wolff’s U Street Portrait Project is on display through Dec. 17 at the Smith Healing Arts Center.
Capital Style explores clothing boutiques Black Eyed Susie and Vintage Darling.
Are you back? One of my favorite things about travel is coming home, writes Candy Sandwich.
If I were to die today, and what people might say. Washington DC Sketchbook.
Meet Chance! The new dog at Yellow Turtle Runs DC
When shopping for pens and paper in Spain, the store clerks kept a watchful eye, writes Just a Little Idea.
Thank goodness for Cyber Monday because on Black Friday, “Pepper spray was a-spraying, knives were a-stabbing, guns were a-shooting, muggers were a-mugging, punchers were a-punching …” writes Wonkabout.