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Your Morning Toast, 5 Ways - Clementine Daily

How to Create Your Own Temporary Tattoo. I wonder if this actually works or is a pinterst fail......

"Close some doors. Not because of pride, incapacity, or arrogance, but simply because they no longer lead somewhere."

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I have an insane calling to be where i'm not. To see more travel and adventure quotes, click on this pic!

DIY painted feathers and collage it on wall on indian head

29 Places All Twentysomethings Should Pick Up And Move To: Washington, D.C.

Subway Art Sign Washington DC Typography Print by PaperBleu- I love it, but I am still looking for the perfect DC art! LH

Pastel splendor in the Nisqually Valley of Washington • photo: Bryan Swan on Flickr

The National Cathedral, Washington, DC - I always take time to visit here when I'm in DC . . . was able to attend church services once.

The Washington National Cathedral, officially named the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, is a cathedral of the Episcopal Church located in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States.

Smithsonian Castle - Washington, D.C.

Capitol Hill, Washington DC.I want to see everything DC has to offer

This is the interior of the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. Built using classic Gothic design it is the tallest building in Washington D.C. and is the sixth largest cathedral in the world.

Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, USA...all Smithsonian Museums on The all are FREE!

Holocaust Museum - Washington D.C. I cried like a little baby in here. Before you get on the elevator to see the museum, they give you a passport from this endless wall of passports. In the passport is someone's story from the holocaust..I picked one and opened it up, and the woman had the same birthday as me. She ended up dying at Auschwitz.

Library of Congress, Washington DC