at HB Woodlawn School in Arlington VA – it was great! Two more nights! Go if you can! Tickets available at the door. These high school kids did a great job! Yay for them! A friend is a teacher at the school so a small bunch went to opening night.
Went to see Julia Child’s kitchen at the American History Museum yesterday. Way too many people but it was fun.
The impetus for this post comes from a site I read daily – http://shuttersisters.com/
The story of these hands is this photo was taken on a warm September afternoon, on the front porch of a Civil War Era hotel in the mountains of Virginia. Two teenagers were watching over an infant, rocking her and just cuddling with her. One teen was holding her and the other reached out for her hand – maybe seeking that physical connection to the moment. The infant’s hand is so tiny in the teens hand, but the care and love in that moment was astounding to witness.
I’m thinking about buying a half share in a Community Supported Agriculture. Last year I tried but I was too late, so I put something on my calendar – and today’s the day! If you Google CSA, you can learn more too.
Which are you? Check this out and let me know – for me, both ways, back and forth – I got a bit dizzy.