Monthly Archives: May 2009

Oakton School House Reopens

This morning I was in Oakton at the “reopening” of the Oakton Schoolhouse on a new site, near the corner of Chain Bridge Road and Hunter Mill.  Despite the light rain, all the usual suspects were there:  County Supervisors, Park … Continue reading

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Come See Us (and the Caps) at Hard Times on Wed

What an amazing game last night.  When Crosby scored with 3 minutes left, I threw my Caps hat across the kitchen.  But a great OT goal by David Steckel and we’re back even.  So it’s back to Verizon Center on … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

Today is Sunday, May 10th.  Mother’s Day for all of us here in the U.S.  It’s a gorgeous sunny day in Virginia.  A perfect day to take out your wife, mother or grandmother for a special treat.  Happy Mother’s Day … Continue reading

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Just Say No to Gitmo Detainees?

Folks running for statewide office are always grasping for issues.  Trust me, I know. Sometimes they take positions which seem to contradict their own past history.  Or principles. I had to laugh seeing the Congressional Republicans and Bob McDonnell protesting President … Continue reading

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Crunch Time Nears for Primary Candidates

It rained pretty much all this weekend which kept me from door-knocking, although I did run the “Patriot’s Cup 8K” at George Mason University this morning.  It’s an annual fundraiser for the ARC of Northern Virginia, the disability rights advocacy group … Continue reading

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