Look how beautiful the trees were. However this may look beautiful but it was sooooo cold. Thursday we got there around lunch time, and it was about 52 degrees. By early afternoon it was raining & had dropped to 48 degrees. Plus we could not find parking anywhere. Plus the weather here has already been in the 80's & 90's. We are so used to good ole west Texas no traffic, few people. Washington DC threw us for a loop. I know, we are very sheltered. I just couldn't believe how close together everything was & how tiny the streets were. And it didn't help any that we were in a big Tahoe car. I think everyone in Texas has a big car!
This photo was across from the Jefferson Memorial. It was so beautiful. I loved those blooming trees & the monuments. This place made me so proud to be an American!
This is a photo of me & hubby. Just want you all to know how layered up I was...I had a t-shirt on, a long sleeve shirt, big bulky sweater & the zip up sweat hoodie that I purchased from a street vendor!!! I was cold, but we still had a wonderful time!
This is my Son & Daughter-in-law. (She bought the sweatshirt hoodie too!) Aren't they a cute couple? I just love them so much. She is so adorable, funny, witty & cute. No wonder that our Son fell in love with her. And the best part of all.........is that we were there when they found out that they are going to have a BABY!!!! Yeah!!!! This will be their first child. And I can hardly wait!!! I know that baby will be beautiful, how could it not be, just look at the baby's parents! Our youngest Grandson is 9 years old. So it is time for a sweet baby to be born into our family!
Hope every one has a great week! Hugs to you all***Renea