At home in D.C.
July 26, 2008, 5:15 pm
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After an almost two month blogging hiatus, I return and hope to offer something worth reading.  I just made my big move to the nation’s capital and I am slowly trying pull myself up by the bootstraps.  To be sure, it has been a difficult transition thus far.  Purposefully putting yourself into absolute poverty is not simple, but as my friend reminds me, Rome was not built in one day.  It will take some time to get acclimated to D.C. and all of its contingencies, but hopefully, things will work out.

The city itself is a beautiful place.  Like any big city, it has its share of problems, but for the most part, the people are affable, the culture vibrant and the general ambiance, one of excitement and opportunity.  Leaving the nest was a tough but necessary step in my intellectual, professional and spiritual development.  I hope that the blog will grow and the general topics I write about expand in scope.  This is where all the decisions are made, so I am sure their will be no shortage of things to write about.  I hope time and a good internet connection will allow me to share my experience with you.

*No move to D.C. is complete without the proverbial picture of the White House, taken on a hellishly humid day.

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