So, these next few entries aren’t going to be of the freshest variety of posts. For some reason I was under the false impression that when I got home I would have nothing to do other than sit around and blog about D.C. and eat pomegranates (those things are time consuming!). Of course, I didn’t take into account the fact that I would be putting in my mission papers in record time (start to finish = one week for all interviews and doctor appointments).
Moral of the story: some old gems will be coming on here in the next few days as part of my attempt to start tying up all of my loose ends before I disappear. Today I give you the examining of the Washington Monument after the earthquake. I was walking along the Mall when I saw this. Awesome, right?
Watching the guys all the way up there was super entertaining. They were so high!
Apparently I wasn’t the only one who thought so.
It’s closed, so the park rangers were showing people pictures of the cracks and chunk of the Monument that fell off!
I miss walking around there all of the time and people watching (there are some really interesting people to watch…). Now I have to get my does of D.C. from watching Covert Affairs. It’s not the same.