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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Not Your Typical Black Friday

For most people Black Friday consists of waiting hours in line, withstanding freezing temperatures and macing the competition to get their paws on the season's must have goodies. I, however, am not a fan of cold or crowds or retail violence and typically skip this All-'merican pseudo holiday.

So, after recovering from our food comas, my mom, her friend and I decided to hit up the National Arboretum and their amazing Bonsai exhibit, then the National Gallery of Art for some classics and topped it off with a moonlight stroll around the Capital. I can't even begin to tell you how awesome the weather was. We're talking 65 and sunny, it was fabulous! Growing up in a mountain state, this is truly something to be excited about. Past Thanksgivings could very easily mean snow so to be able to bop around D.C. in just a sweater was de-light-ful!

There's not really much to "take on" with this post but I got some great shots and wanted to share. Enjoy!


Mrs. B





1 comment:

  1. Haha at the random squirrel. Great pictures!!! Also, you "took" on DC and avoiding Black Friday, plus taking on your photography skills :)