While not trying to sound to sappy, I want to take this time to thank all of you who I call friends. The outpouring of affection that I have witnessed these last few days has been a wonderful surprise to me. I count each one of you as a blessing from God. Over the last couple of years, and especially the last 8 months, I have grown so close to many of you, and I hope and pray that distance will not weaken the bond that we have made. The Sunday evening gathering at the Cook’s Crib was a wonderful way to say “see you later” A special thanks for the Cook’s in hosting our little party. Each of you has contributed to the wonderful experiences that I will always cherish from NJBC. So if ever in the DC area, please drop me a note, and we can get together.
Ok Fans, it looks like I am getting back on schedule. I hope you enjoy this little story. As my job has allowed me to travel a lot, I really miss my sunshine. Although I fly most of the time, I have been known to drive to the work city. Well, I can't ask sunshine to do the same, and short flights are just not worth the money anymore. (Or the time) So we take the train. From DC, you have Union Station.
Union Station opened in 1907. When the three major railroads operated in the area had their own stations. It is a great place to visit while you are in DC. Now there are several passenger trains serviced through there and many bus companies as well.
Outside Union Station there is a replica of the Liberty Bell. I did not know that until I saw it myself. I have been to see the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia (with Sunshine) and that was really great.
On a side note, I was watching Sentinel the movie, yesterday after work. There were several scenes from different places in wa…