Ending Finals with a Bang
Right as finals week came to a halt, I set for my second adventure. The day after finals I set forth to the airport, with a book in my hand (of course) and my backpack for the ride (who knew I could pack for 4 days in my backpack? – I’ll give you guys some packing tips later). What book you ask?
The Happiness Project. It’s a great, easy read on how to make your life easier, happier and less stressful. I have yet to finish it however.
As the plane landed, I was extremely excited to have arrived in a new city, away from school, stress and the busy life. The weekend consisted of escapes to the usual touristy places of course. The Lincoln Memorial (Yes, he is a lot taller in person). The Washington Monument, the World War II Memorial, and the White House (which I didn’t get to take a picture of :/)
It was truly amazing to see history right in front of you at the National Mall. The day didn’t end there, however. Afterwards, my friend and I went to go get drinks before my first ever basketball game. I mean… I would’ve liked my first game to be the Mavericks, but I guess the Washington Wizards will do.The game was amazing! I didn’t think I could get into basketball that much, even when it’s not my home town team (#AMaverickAtHeart).
Georgetown and more…
Mind you, that was all day one. However I won’t bore you with the details, but I will tell you the places everyone must go to while in DC. Of course, check out the National Mall (Memorials etc). Also, check out Georgetown! I felt like that city was somewhere from my dreams. It’s beautiful, historic, and just plain… breathtaking.
My weekend was full of tourist adventures, but I also went on a little nature trail.
It was nice ending my weekend relaxed and walking along, reflecting, thinking and just taking in all the wonderful precious moments life offers us.
Till Next Time,
‘We’re all a little weird, and life is weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutual weirdness and call it love.