Tuesday, March 30, 2010



Cherry Blossom Festival

When we planned our D.C. trip, we didn't realize we would get to see the trees in bloom. What a treat! These were taken at the Arlington National Cemetery.







For now, suffice it to say we had a great trip. Marilyn and I enjoyed every minute of it. The kids entertained us constantly, and the sites were awesome. I'll share (or bore you) with more later.

13 comments:

  1. So beautiful. What a great surprise.

    I wrote a lil about TX Blogging Gals on my blog. Thanks for putting this idea together. I have met some wonderful ladies. Now we just all need to meet to become blog friends and real life friends ;)

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  2. Oh, how lovely! Perfect timing....

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  3. WOW...I can smell them even now! Come say hi :D

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  4. The cherry blossoms are amazing! Glad you got to see them. I will look forward to your other pictures. Washington is a fun trip! So much to see and do there and so much of it is free. Love & blessings from NC!

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  5. Oh, you're so lucky. I've always read about how beautiful those cherry blossoms in D.C. are. Your pictures are wonderful.
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  6. You know, I've always seen those trees in pictures, but never realized how LARGE those blossoms are! Absolutely GORGEOUS!

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  7. How lovely! I did not know until recently that they will grow in Texas; you just won't get any cherries off of them. Makes me want to plant one just for the blooms!

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  8. Mrs. Diana, I want to pass on an award to you. Please see my last blog entry. I so miss DC and Andrews AFB there is nothing like Arlington National Cemetary. It's chilling and awe inspiring. Beautiful pictures

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  9. The cherry blossoms are beautiful! Can't wait to see more pictures! I'm praying for you tomorrow!

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  10. I have always wanted to see that festival. Absolutely gorgeous.

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