Helping To Put Things In Context: Something You Should Know About D.C.

Everyone knows Washington, D.C. for being the nation's capital where decisions are made that affect the country itself and impacts the world at large. But between the time that politicians and special interest groups like to use the city as the reason for all that ails America, it has a more intimate side. This is the side that one could think of as the "local" aspect of the city. I think if people understood what really exists within the boundaries of this diamond shaped (minus a complete side) metropolis, their perspectives may be altered considerably. As AWashingtonWoman will continue to focus on some of the wonderful women who make up the fabric of the DMV (a term used for the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and includes: the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia), we will also strive to give you a little of the backstory, as objectively as we can. So it's been a year since this all began and without really trying, this blog has exceeded what our expectations were. So we are thinking that with a little love and a lot of integrity, we can share some real true insight which can be entertaining as well as informative. Who knows?.... Maybe it will even be ..... helpful.

Friday, February 4, 2011

White House Social Secretary, Julianna Smoot Takes A New Role


It's seems like not so long ago we were anticipating who the new White House Social Secretary would be. Well, it was not so long ago that we were introduced to Julianna Smoot and begun to get a glimpse of how her style would compare/contrast with that of her predecessor. We can forget about all of that now, as it appears Smoot is moving on down the line. But her talents will still play a major part in the president's team of players. Looks like she will be assisting with the upcoming campaign plans for the 2012 elections.
Though we didn't really get to know much about Julianna (and apparently that was to be part of how she handled things anyhow) but AWashingtonWoman can say that the social events of late at the White House have appeared to be virtually flawless. And to that end, might we say "mission accomplished". It's nice to feel pretty sure that there won't be any reality shows building itself on the backs of our citizens. All the best!

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