Art of Tea (and friend ) Making 

It’s the end of our day – we are chilling and getting ready to head to bed. 

We found ladies at DuPont Circle who are organizers for their state – they told us where Michigan was meeting up- and we got pictures. 

Then we headed to the Women’s Democratic Clubhouse where we got free Make America Gracious again hats. There we ran into a woman who saw us talking to the bikers in Krispy Kreme. They were from Tennessee and we talked at length about what was next for our country. She had her young adult daughters with her, we told them they had an important role to play. 

Later we ran into some older ladies with Pussycat hats that seemed lost. They had just arrived from OK and were a tiny bit lost. A local woman came up to us, because of our hats, and offered to help us. She sent Oklahoma on their way and walked us to a Moroccan restaurant for dinner. We hugged and she went on her way. 

Our Moroccan waiter was so gracious and likable. He spent a great deal of time explaining to us the importance of making tea properly. Then we had some pretty amazing tea. The food was good as well. 

At the end of the day Sarah Jane said, “this has been a really great day!” Then caught herself and corrected, “and a really horrible day”.

All in all, all I’ve felt so far is copious amounts of love. Women & men all over the place wearing pink hats and waving from windows. Yelling hello and talking to us through their restaurant windows – showing off their shirts and thumbs upping our hats and buttons. This city is full of life and purpose, and hope too I think. 

(Below) Donkey display at the Dem Clubhouse 

Free poster from the Women’s Dem Clubhouse

Unsure if this Tom Foolery or a dire warning, but we saw this!

The little tea pot at the restaurant 

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