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Friday's Fotos: Azalea Time in Washington

This week, Washington, DC changed her costume, putting away the cherries, red buds and dogwoods.  It's now time to wear some azaleas, and they last pretty much through May.  There are, like people, early and late bloomers, and they come in an amazing variety of colors.  I took this shot with my I-Phone while walking Willie the Labradoodle.

 

Comment balloon 25 commentsPatricia Kennedy • April 16 2010 09:41PM
Friday's Fotos: Azalea Time in Washington
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This week, Washington, DC changed her costume, putting away the cherries, red buds and dogwoods. It's now time to wear some azaleas, and they last pretty much through May. There are, like people, early and late bloomers, and they come in an… more
Wordless Wednesday - Oops Maybe Thursday?
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It's been a long, nasty week. But it started to get a lot better when I got home and found and found this! My dear friend and next door neighbor, Barb, replaced a poor dead thing of mums from last fall. After a day of a couple of… more
Once On Twitter, Always WHERE?
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Brokers' Opens - With Lunch?
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On Tuesdays, Realtors® all over Washington, DC hit the streets to see new listings. There are usually about a hundred places to choose from, and there are several criteria I use: I try to see as many upper brackets places as I can. … more
Taxes: GRRRRR!
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I don't mind paying taxes as much as I mind doing taxes. And each year, whether I do them myself or pay someone to prepare them for me, it's a major pain. The tax code is incredibly complicated, and I guess that's the nature of the beast. … more
Speechless Sunday: The Lincoln Memorial
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Speechless Sunday: The Lincoln Memorial I took this one with my I-Phone crossing Memorial Bridge. Oh, and from the passenger's seat of the car! © 2009 Patricia Kennedy. Unless otherwise noted, the content, both written and in… more
The Cat Came Back!
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Some time this morning, I realized that Mr. Snowball, my white blue-eyed indoor cat, was nowhere to be found. I searched the attic, the closets, the basement, his favorite laundry pile, under the furniture. No Mr. Snowball. He… more
Luxury Real Estate In Washington, DC: 1st Quarter of 2010
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Luxury Real Estate In Washington, DC: 1st Quarter of 2010 Like most world capitals, Washington, DC has many amazing homes. Right now, there are 247 residential properties on the market with a price tag of over $1 million dollars. And during… more
Friday's Fotos: Pat's Perennials
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It's not about my purple thumb. It's about not enough time to sell real estate, blog and garden! In spite of my lack of talent in the gardening department, these fellows come up every year. They thrive on too much snow, not enough rain,… more
Me And My Red Bud
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Here in Washington, DC, the natives seem to have a thing for cherry trees. And, yes, I do love them. But my real major true love, at least for trees, is the red bud tree in my front yard. During my first spring here, a neighbor took me on a… more