One of my favorite things to do is to go to the cherry bottom festival in DC.
- And luckily, I live in Waldorf Maryland which means D.C.
is less than 30 miles away. In fact, Waldorf is considered a suburb of D.C. so we are just outside the limits of the capital. Anyway, the cherry blossoms are typically blooming around from the end of March to mid-April. By far, the blooms are the prettiest thing about D.C. Of course, the buildings are great as well, and if you’re a history buff, you’ll love it. The weather in Waldorf has been like a roller coaster, so I am not sure how that will impact the cherry blossoms. For instance, today it’s about 35 degrees for the high, which means I am currently using my central heating, but in the next few days, it will warm up to the mid-60s, so I won’t need to have my central heating running with the temperature that high outside. But looking at the forecast, after the weekend, the weather will drop again and the forecast is also calling for some snow. Of course, at that point, I will turn on my central heating again. Lately, the weather has been so weird that it has gotten difficult to plan outings. If it’s too cold outside, I prefer to remain at home, cozying up on my sofa with a good book. But if it’s nice outside, I love spending time outdoors. So, I am grateful that the weather will be nice for the cherry blossom festival this year. If it wasn’t, you better believe that I would opt to stay inside in my home with my comfortable central heating.