So now I am really able to confirm that DC is a small town in a big city. While walking through Capitol Hill to the reception I ran into a great friend on the street, then at the reception I saw lots of my peeps. My fellow board members, sorority sisters, Josh's friends, other folks I knew at UF, it was awesome. I hob nobbed errr networked for a while, and then was persuaded to head over to the Florida State Societies Happy Hour. Now don't for a second think that I went to hang with a bunch of 'noles... Most of the states in DC have State Societies, to get together with your fellow staters and party down errr network.
Somehow on the way from Congress to where ever this secondary happy hour was taking place, I ended up in a Gator Entourage. As we had all pertaken in happy hour numero uno and where headed to happy hour numero dos of the evening-we were a sight of Orange and Blue to see. And then we created my best DC memory, and totally top 20 memory of all time. We sang the Florida Fight Song, Alma Mater and We are the Boys while walking in front of the Capitol (take that fourth of July). Wowzers combining the Gators and my love for America - AMAZING. But wait, then I saw even more people I knew at happy hour numero dos. I actually surprised my friends (and myself actually) at how many people I knew. Wow, reminds me of the good old days when my life wasn't a constant stream of strangers. I'm not going to lie though. It's nice to be able to go to the grocery store without seeing someone you know on every aisle up here as I can get away in going in semi PJ attire instead of having to "dress" to go to Bayshore Publix across the street from my old house.
So I have to share my gatorfied outfit, hopefully y'all will like it as much as Josh, plus how often do I get to tie on my vineyard vines gator scarf? My OOTD-I take photos in the bathroom style.