Tonight I did glow yoga under the city stars with only the reflection of the Washington Monument and glow sticks to help me see. During shavasana, the city was COMPLETELY silent for 5 minutes and it was incredible. The universe was communicating with the energy we were putting out into the world. In the most tumultuous city with the most angry people (me included) in such a anxiety ridden time, there was silence, peace, and stillness.
He has chewed through 13 phone chargers and has no concept of personal space, but he is perfect.
Not a bad view while dialing in espresso shots.
Today was the perfect summer day from beginning to end.
I'm thankful to find a lawn full of people to shout my frustrations with. Repealing Obamacare means that 22 million people will lose their health coverage. Go to a rally, make a phone call, or write an email. Healthcare is a human right, not a privilege.
(Happy note: because the bill is pushed back for another 10 days, @plannedparenthood will be able to serve 81,000 patients! How amazing is that???)
The only city I love doing touristy things in. #mydccool
Been trying to find this mural f o r e v e r and it's right behind a community health center that specializes in healthcare for lgbtq community. #happypride ✊🏾🌈
Portrait of a girl with generalized anxiety disorder who saw her favorite band tonight and talked to the cute guitar player with the curly long blonde hair. Thanks to my therapist, 20 MG of Lexapro, and pep talks in the mirror for making this happen.