|IT'S CAMELLIA TIME AT THE HUNTINGTON.|
SOMEONE CUNNINGLY TUCKED A SINGLE BLOOM INTO
EACH OF THESE STATUES.
I have never had much of an urge to visit Washington. Seats of power, military might, and people in business suits--not my thing.
What does draw me is a cheap place to stay, free museums, public gardens and friends.
Thus I've planned a week-long jaunt June 12-19. I've amassed enough frequent flyer miles so my ticket cost only $11.60. I'll be staying at the Dominican priory, close to the Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, where I hope to pray for one and all, near and far, living, unborn and dead.
I'm also thinking to let it be known I'll be in town, just on the off chance anyone might be interested in employing me to give a talk. Since airfare and lodging are on me, you might get a bargain out of the deal, too!
Either way, I very much look forward to my visit. Everyone says the city is beautiful.
|PINK IS DEFINITELY FEBRUARY'S COLOR.|