As a new reality settles in and adrenaline fades, we focus on the slow and steady and seek hope and happiness in the small things.
Heading into the weekend, a few things we are grateful for:
All of the Washington National Cathedral’s online offerings, especially a you-tube fly through to music. It’s the world’s sixth largest cathedral and Darth Vader makes an appearance.
Curbside pickup at Henry’s Sweet Retreat for last minute candy and puzzles. It is like having a personal concierge experience in a candy store!
Taim delivery! This delicious spot in Georgetown is vegetarian wonder. Our neighborhood does a mass order weekly to support them. Falafel and fries never tasted so good. Taim is Hebrew for “tasty, delicious” and it is true!
“The English Game” on Netflix. Maybe one the whole family will enjoy?
Strosniders for their rationing of paper products and cleaning supplies. And for their curbside pickup.
Bradley Food and Beverage for curbside pickup of ice (yes, the icemaker broke) and a huge block of cheddar cheese. Are you all having similar shortages in strange items? If you’d like a chunk, message us. Plenty for a year.
Our friends who work in the local hospitals, who leave their kids at home and go to work to help others.
Fresh air and spring blooms - the details feel more palpable this year. The colors, the textures. Every day they are a changing gift and we find ourselves wanting to learn more. Great resources online at American Plant and Little Falls Watershed Alliance.
Our partners and sponsors. We can’t wait to share them with you. Countdown to SpringTide - May 1st. Det. It’s the world’s sixth-largest cathedral and Darth Vader makes an appearance.