Diana Schwenk, life, living in the moment, sightseeing, Travel, United States of America, Washington DC
On Thursday, August 31st, I boarded a plane for Washington, DC via Toronto, with Board Chair of Oxford House Foundation, Debra Johnstone, to attend the 19th Oxford House World Convention.
It was both inspiring and educational! While there, Debra and I took the opportunity to tour the National Mall. I have to say that the White House is smaller than I imagined it would be, but just as guarded as I had imagined. And the Lincoln Memorial which I have always wanted to visit, was grander than I’d ever imagined. In total we walked about 13km, and believe me, I was feeling it the next day!
Here are some photos I took at the National Mall and around our hotel.
If you would like to see a video of my finger and a group of people gathered to support and defend DACA, play the video below.
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