I just want to start this post off by saying I have been so incredibly up and down and back and forth about pressing publish. As a business owner and young professional, I don't really love sharing my beliefs online...so today, I am not. Today, I simply let my inner, and somewhat retired, journalist flag hang high and had an amazing time capturing the faces and stories of the Women's March on Washington. And now I am sharing the product with you.
I often forget that I live in DC. Like THE DC, as in our nation's capital, just steps away from where history has been made and where many have walked before. I'm not the best with words...you all know that by now. But honestly, I don't think I even have the words to begin to describe the magnitude of what I witnessed today. My knees are achy from walking and my eyes and brain are beyond exhausted. Today, I laughed at clever signs, ate a rice crispy treat while walking down the middle of a street on my daily commute, and was lucky enough to listen to personal stories of people from all walks of life. It was so crazy to witness a piece of history unfolding right before my very eyes, and I am excited to share some of the sights and stories with you tonight.