After a hectic week in DC, it is good to be home again…
- Dinner on Thursday evening at the Lebanese Taverna down in Pentagon City: shawarma, a glass of Ksara cabernet, um ali and Turkish coffee. Still one of my favorite places to eat.
- Uneventful trip home; despite having very close connections in both Cincinnati and Salt Lake City (particularly SLC, like dash from one plane to the second which has already boarded) my bag made both connections. Ironically — given my flight into SLC earlier in the week — I sat next to guy who would not stop talking.
- The best part of the whole trip, though, was seeing Deb waiting for me when I came through the airport.
I am so glad to be home!
We spent most of the weekend working on Christmas preparations, and despite the complete lack of snow or anything else that would lead you to believe we are now in late December, it is at least starting to feel a bit like Christmas. We got our tree up and decorated on Saturday, and then all three of us went to see the movie “Stranger than Fiction” — different and wonderful, a real treat. We don’t see many movies in the theater, but this is definitely worth seeing (and this, in spite of the fact that I am definitely not a Will Farrell fan).