Tag Archives: Washington D.C.

Women Who Won the War

Liza Mundy “is an American journalist, non-fiction writer, and fellow at New America Foundation,” and she has deeply researched a matter that had to lie sealed for decades. She has abundantly put to light a crucial course of events from 75 years … Continue reading

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Texas Family in Washington

In town to honor a family member’s retirement from the United States Air Force, the family enjoyed a day touring the Washington, D.C. Capitol complex. Here, more or less in sequence, are some photos. Our guide for the day was Marilyn … Continue reading

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Where Laws Are Made

In town to attend a family function, guest of our niece Dawn Brotherton, we were treated to a grand tour of the nation’s Capitol Building. This is where Congress meets (Senate and House of Representatives), and it’s worth the trip … Continue reading

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Life Mileposts

And some are just grand. I know I’m getting old when my sister’s daughter is retiring from the Air Force. We were invited to attend the ceremony, which was held on 23 September in the Pentagon courtyard. Here is my … Continue reading

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