I'm coming up on my six year anniversary of living in the DC area. Craziness. It feels like just last year that my friend, Milli, and I were packing up her Corolla and driving up from Orlando, FL to Washington, DC. I'd never been to DC before September 2004.
And here I am. Six years later and somewhat . . . settled (gasp!). I've even become know to utter, tweet and otherwise share that I love my city. I'm claiming it.
Now, for some reason it seems that within a few months of moving here, I had been to some places multiple times. I visited the Air and Space Museum and Natural History Museum several times before I even made it to the National Gallery of Art. I started making a mental list of places I have not yet been and want to check out. One of those was the National Cathedral. I'd driven by it numerous times, but never actually visited it. Well, today I decided to make it happen. Why not today?
I took almost 100 pictures in all. And when we left, I saw the sign: "Services in progress. No photography please." Oops. Too late. Amara let me know the sign wasn't up when we first got there. Phew. :)