The Big City, part 1

I never knew that I was a city boy.  My entire life has been spent in cities and suburbs, and I have always been eager to get out of them and into nature.  As I lived a more urban life in Columbus though, I got used to being able to do things like always ride my bike for transportation, walk to the grocery store and people-watch from my front porch. Between this and developing a theology of the city – the city as an entity that God wants to transform – I began to love cities.

And then I moved to Winchester.

I’ll admit that this city town has grown on me since I first visited, but I find myself spending most of my weekends exploring the actual cities of the eastern seaboard.  On this particular weekend, I stayed with my increasingly good friends, Kyle and Chinh in Washington, DC.  Aside from being quite possibly the best hosts I’ve ever stayed with, they are also a heck of a lot of fun.  The following are a few pictures from our adventures in the District.


4 responses

  1. Jennifer Duann

    Suggestion for next post: a photographic exposition on your theology of the city.

    ❤ her royal J-ness

    01.05.2011 at 5:51 am

  2. Jeffery… I’m glad you’ve spread your readership beyond the cuccareses and Jason :-p also, I’m proud to say you don’t owe me any chocolate 🙂 also, I like your pictures!

    01.05.2011 at 6:39 pm

  3. mike


    01.05.2011 at 7:11 pm

  4. mike

    also the photo of the coffe drink or whatever it is looks like a 3 year old’s drawing of a smiley face

    01.10.2011 at 9:19 pm

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