My Mother's Daughter: DC 2012

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Anyone who knows my mother, knows her love for  


gardening, however several years of chronic knee pain has caused


 her to give up her beloved hobby. In 2011, she decided to have both


 knees replaced. After a year of taking it easy, it was no surprise


 when she requested to see the Cherry Blossoms in DC. I invited


 my cousin and aunt and made it a Mother/Daughter Weekend. 


Ironically, the Cherry Blossoms bloomed 2 weeks early and were 


gone by the time we got there. It still turned out to be a special trip 


none the less. 


This was my first time using Priceline, but I was pleased with the results. 
The hotel is older, but the staff was dynamic. 
Random fact: 
This hotel was the location of Clinton's 1993 Inaugural  Ball 


My mom line at Sprinkles.  
The line over at Georgetown  Cupcakes was insanely long. 
Ms. Miriam got Lemon Coconut.
I got S'mores!
Two thumbs up!
The National Cherry Blossom Parade
52nd  Annual Sakura Matsuri  Japanese Festival



Babysis, my mom and Kiche. 

It was too much going on not to get a picture.
Anime characters 
Say cheese!






Brunch with the ladies was pure comedy! 
What is wrong with this picture? 

Hands down THE BEST tea I have ever had. 
No milk, honey, lemon, or sugar needed. 
Flora by




"Suddenly, through birthing a daughter, a woman finds herself face to face not only with an infant, a little girl, a woman-to-be, but also with her own unresolved conflicts from the past and her hopes and dreams for the future. " 
– Elizabeth Debold and Idelisse Malave







After the Cherry Blossom & Monuments Cruise








The Roses and Thorns of the weekend:
  • We had the best Cab Drivers in DC.  So open about love, logic and the roles they play in a relationships. 
  • The weather!
  • The hotel staff
  • My mom telling us she tweets Shintaro Ishihara. 
  • The company. The best of the 30's, 40's, 60's and 70's! 
  • Kiche and the weather were beautiful, but were driving my allergies crazy!
  • The street festival was too crowded to really enjoy. 

As always,
Thanks for reading!
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