I’m anxiously awaiting this coming weekend.
On Friday evening I’ll pick up Alys at Dulles International Airport, and we’ll head into DC to meet up with Boomdee.
The next day, we’ll get to spend time with Julia and Lisa, and maybe even Stacy. What fun this will be! It’ll be a quick 36 hours for me, but well worth the drive.
This past weekend though, I was in Roanoke to photograph a political event. When that task was completed, I was able to spend a few moments outside enjoying the grounds of the Hotel Roanoke. First built in 1882, renovated in the 1930s, and finally restored, remodeled, and re-opened in 1995, the Hotel Roanoke is now a gorgeous and historic destination for both vacation and business.
The Market Square Pedestrian Walkway allows guests to walk from the hotel, over the train tracks, and down to the many shops and restaurants in the downtown market square.
I’m sorry that I wasn’t able to visit any of you this past weekend. I’ll look forward to catching up when I get back home.
And I can’t wait to share photos of the Old Town Alexandria blogger gathering!
The month of May is always full … of flowers, and rain, and a lift in the step of folks who have been longing for warmer weather.
For me, it is also filled with planning and implementing the Ride of Silence and the Annual Memorial Day Service.
It is such an honor to work alongside others in remembrance of those who have died in the service of the US, or on our public roads.
Despite the full schedule, there is still time for book group. I read late into the night on Wednesday in order to be prepared for our Thursday discussion. We met on the new porch, surrounded by flowers made even more beautiful by the late day sun.
Have you read “How to Tell Toledo From the Night Sky” by Lydia Netzer?
Life is ever full … of friends, of flowers, of books, and service, and I am thankful.