Life via Instagram

It’s been a little while since I’ve hung around here – I think one of my last posts was about my classes for this semester, which I posted before I’d started them. Now, it’s several *cough*waytoomany*cough* weeks into the semester, and I’m already starting to think about midterms.

So while time is a ridiculous, fickle thing (and it’s because of that you haven’t seen me), I’ve actually been doing quite a bit. For this post, to capture my life at this point, I pulled some of my favorite Instagram posts from the past few months. Of course, there are more meetings and classes and late night emails sent out than these photos acknowledge, but the photos capture some fond moments.

The beginning of fall at the Farmer’s Market…

Market.

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Catching up with my cat (+French homework) over the holiday weekend…

So very helpful, Opal. So very helpful.

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Seeing The Winter’s Tale at Shakespeare Theatre’s Free-for-All (SO good!)…

Starbucks chai-tea-latte-runs (the Starbucks in Chinatown is gorgeous)…

Also, the Chinatown Starbucks is the coolest.

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Studying with chocolate and tea…

Post-Convocation, post-orientation week quiet time with tea, chocolate and my senior sem reading.

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Beautiful, brilliant sunsets…

Sunset this evening. So beautiful. #sunset #summer

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Sunset from the National Mall (facing the Washington Monument)…

Also, throwback to last Sunday in DC. #washingtondc #ilovemycity #sunset #washingtonmonument

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The Botanical Garden Conservatory (also during sunset)…

Last days of summer with the best of the best…

Poolside with this one. <3

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Fresh produce at the market…

Food porn #farmersmarket #food

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Fringe Festival memories (from July)…

Long hikes to the river for quiet time alone…

"Go to the water so very near / The river will be your eyes and ears." This evening's view.

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