the big chair in anacostia (a dc neighborhood) is really big. ha. it once was the biggest chair in the world (until another chair had to show it up in geneva).
someone actually lived on the big chair in dc for a period of time.
to tell the truth, i think ben and i were so caught up in finding the chair --- that we drove right passed it. does that ever happen to anyone else? you are so concerned about finding something that you go right by? kind of embarrassing.
regardless, i love outdoor art and i love dc and i loved the harlem-esque charm i felt while we were in anacostia. anacostia is considered to be a more dangerous neighborhood in dc but i kind of liked it (because i like to live dangerously?).
so i can check the big chair off my list now.
i finally sat down and made a list of dc things that i haven't done still that i need to do. it's been three years and there are still so many neighborhoods i want to see, restaurants i want to try, treats i want to eat.
dc is a really great city. it changes so drastically from block to block, neighborhood to neighborhood, quadrant to quadrant.
it's a wonderful place to discover.