19:365 This manse or rectory belongs to the St George's Episcopal Church and was built in 1925. It has the original belltower and church entrance – the church was built in 1911. St. George's was involved in missionary outreach programs to historic churches and Blue Ridge Mountain mission schools and stations. Stones from these places of pilgrimage were used in constructing the entrance and bell tower. I walk past this every morning on my way to work and didn't know anything about it until I took the photo and went to see what I'd actually taken a photo of.
20:365 The next morning I snapped a shot of the park across the road from the church. Many afternoons I see homeless people sitting here – they are waiting for a Bagged Meal – one of the programs provided daily by Arlington Street People's Assistance Network.
21:365 My entire metro journey is underground. When I leave home it is dark – it is lightening as I emerge from the tomb-like station 3 blocks from work.
22:365 My poor Hydrangea – not so beautiful in its winter guise. Amazing how vibrant the little weed on the right is!!
23:365 Another shot from our outing to the Kennedy Center. This is some of the ceiling of the main entrance hall:
24:365 Every work day I can not leave the house until I have beads or a chain of some sort around my neck. This lady on the wall holds my beads and chains on a hook at her feet:
25:365 The quickest route from the metro to my office is through our building's underground carpark. As I walk through I take note which of our Executive Officers are in the office that morning:
26:365 I enjoy the path back to the metro at the end of the day – I also note that I have never seen anyone sitting on these seats: