Greetings from Ground Zero of Jonas, which has thankfully subsided here in the D.C. metro area. Despite 2-3 feet of snow, I’m happy this storm didn’t turn out to be so disastrous. (To those affected above the Mason-Dixon line, stay safe and out of warm’s way!) On the bright side, I’ve enjoyed shoveling snow (it makes for a good work out) and watching new films from the luxury of one’s home. Hope everyone–local or not local–managed to survive the wrath of Jonas!
I wanted to briefly touch upon the 43rd annual March for Life, which miraculously occurred before the wrath of Jonas. Despite blizzard warnings, my coworkers and I set out for the National Mall to attempt to meet some students. Additionally, I ran into several friends along the way. Attendance is believed to have been in the tens of thousands, which isn’t too shabby.
This was my third March for Life having attended the 2013 and 2014 marches. Despite pre-empting the blizzard, the 2016 March for Life wasn’t as cold as previous ones. Seeing fellow young people–especially those all all denominations, ages, and backgrounds–is always heartwarming. This is a great cause. I’m proud to be a member of the pro-life generation!
Below are some pictures from the March:
Arrived home safe and sound before #stormjonas. In spite of the weather, always a treat to attend @MarchForLife with fellow pro-lifers! Here's a cool action shot I took of the event from the Washington Monument. Stay safe here, everyone! #prolife #prolifegeneration #savethebabies #dctography #acreativedc #dccool #defundplannedparenthood #WhyWeMarch #latergram