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Gift Guide for the Dog Lover

I'm so excited to bring you guys today's holiday gift guide. This one is for all of the #dogmoms out there (and #dogdads). My husband and I have a German Shepherd named Emma (who is currently in a time out for pooping inside...again), but just like our other kids, we still love her. We'd also really love it if she'd quit going potty inside, but that is beside the point. The point is there is no shame in spoiling your sweet fur baby, especially during the holidays!! And while some of these gifts are items for your dog, some are great gift ideas for the dog lover in your life too.


The Dogist 2018 Wall Calendar by Elias Weiss Friedman author of The Dogist, for example, is the perfect Christmas gift for someone who loves dogs.



These super cute Christmas Plaid Dog Collars by Mr. Bow Tie Boutique would be the perfect holiday gift for doggies and dog owners alike! Whether you have family holiday photos coming up, or you simply want your furry friend to look festive for those…

Tour of the Washington DC Monuments at Night

In keeping with my patriotic theme this week, I want to share more of my D.C. travel photos. This time I thought it would be cool to share ones I took at night. The National Mall has such a different feel at night when all of the lights are on. If you have already seen all of the monuments during the day and get to take another trip out to our nation's capitol, make sure you do some sightseeing at night!

A view of the Washington Monument from the WWII Memorial.


The elliptical pool surrounded by fountains, in the center of the WWII Memorial.


The Freedon Wall in the WWII Memorial. The wall contains 4,048 gold stars.
Each star represents 100 Americans who died in the war.
In front of the wall lies the message "Here we mark the price of freedom".


The Washington Monument. (It sure was foggy that night.)


Fifty flags, one to represent each state, surround the monument.


The Lincoln Memorial. Counting from the very bottom at the Reflecting Pool to the very top, there are 98 steps. If you go to this, you might be tempted to not walk up all of steps it takes to get inside. But it is worth seeing up close, not to mention the beautiful architecture and murals inside the memorial.


A view of the Lincoln Memorial from across the Reflecting Pool.


A view of the Washington Monument from the other side of the reflecting pool.


The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, otherwise known as The Wall.


*All photos by Krisztina Williams. All rights reserved.


Comments

  1. Ahh, The Lincoln Memorial at night with Ryan Reynolds. Awesome!

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  2. LOL! Omg, Eve you're cracking me up!

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  3. Is it just my impression, or does the Lincoln Memorial have more of a power to it at night?

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  4. Oh it totally does, William! Out of all the memorials and monuments, there's something so dramatic about the Lincoln Memorial at night.

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  5. Beautiful photos, Christina!

    Looking forward to whatever you have for us next....

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