Sunday morning I was flying back to Arizona after a quick trip in Washington, DC and fully missed the Lilly madness... and thank God that I did - wowza!! Talk about craziness!
Honestly, I would have loved to have scored a few of the shift dresses, but after hearing about all of the in-store craziness, I just feel like the odds of actually getting a shift dress were terrible!
Did anyone venture out?!
John and I spent the weekend in DC, and it was my first time seeing the city in the spring - and it was beautiful! Here are a few photos from our whirlwind two days.
Tulips everywhere - makin' my flower lovin' heart happy.
Last week was the Cherry Blossom Festival, and a few of the blooms were still hanging around. I posted the below photo of the Washington Monument through cherry blossoms, and The Washington Post shared it on their website!
DC in the spring may just be my favorite time there!
We rented a tandem kayak and kayaked on the Potomac around Theodore Roosevelt Island! It was both of our first time, and it was so fun seeing some of the monuments from the river - and let's be real... John did the majority (read: all) the hard work, ha!
We pulled the kayak onto the island, and in the middle is a statue of Theodore Roosevelt - who happens to be John's favorite president, so it was rather fitting! :)