Thursday, December 25, 2008

No Complaints


Union Station, Washington DC

Apart from a scary nightmare last night, I had a lovely Christmas Eve, and plan to have just as lovely a Christmas Day.

It's mild outside, and so nice and quiet. Everyone is out of town, no one is driving around. It's very peaceful, a soft day. One more Hugh Grant film and it'll all be over till next year.

Merry Christmas, ya'all!

11 comments:

Washington Cube said...

Merry Christmas, Reya

Rebecca Clayton said...

Washington is so different when it's quiet like that--love it!

Now I understand your Hugh Grant fascination--I only enjoy him as an appealing scoundrel, and I was quite puzzled before.

Have a beautiful day!

Merle Sneed said...

Merry Christmas to you.

ArtSparker said...

Have a great rest of the day. I have rented James Whale's "The Dark Old House" to watch at some point. I think I will choose to be inspired by you and post today.

Lori Witzel said...

Merry Christmas and (as my hubbie puts it) "Happy Harmonica!" :-)

Glad you're out there sharing warmth and pixels.

Laurie Keller said...

That's very pretty. Merry Christmas!

Adrianne said...

Gorgeous shot of the Norwegian tree at Union Station (one of my all-time favorite buildings)! Glad you had a Merry Christmas. Now its onwards and upwards for a wonderful 2009! (: )

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miss alaineus said...

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Manish blog said...

Merry christmas

Don Baskett said...

Greetings! I have just started a blog site and have everything to learn. You make Washington seem so wonderful. I am going to be there Jan. 16-24, thanks to an "old" Peace Corps friend who lives in Rockville, Md. Mr. Obama represents great hope and change to those of us who served in the PC in the 60's.