2018 was my ride or die. It was full of moments that left me in awe, put my capabilities in a trial, overwhelmed me with joy and with its last bit, challenged me with deep sadness as well.
I love the photoblogs because it has always been hard for me to see the small successes. As I looked through these moments, I said to myself, “
I did all this?“. Believe me, there were a lot of question marks, not just one.
As always, thanks to the many friends I made along the way.
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3:15pm: About 24 police cars and multiple FBI present at 1350 Connecticut Ave NW.
3:30pm: Dupont Circle metro station section locked down. Washington Post reports there are no victims nor gunman found.
3:45pm: According to the building security (above Panera), there is a hostage situation. All people nearby are asked to return to their offices.
3:50pm: Circle opened to public traffic, waiting on further news.
My live tweets were featured in the Washington Post News:
See Washington Post Report here.
DC Police searched the building floor by floor, finding no gunman nor affected victims. Dupont Circle is currently open to public and traffic is back to normal.