I really appreciate that you're doing this stuff - I really do. It was a very wet day in D.C. Muddy even, but it all came off just fine. Even ran into my former officemate (now retired) at the end. Hadn't seen him in a couple of years.
I'm waaay behind on sleep this week myself, so I know you must be wrecked. Tomorrow is definitely a zero day. The cat has been instructed not to wake me up.
Luckily Rob is here so I am protected from the Rosie facepaw too.
Would have very much liked to get to one myself (there was a big one in Melbourne), had I not been otherwise engaged at WMOC.
Congrats and well done. Pat yourself on the back and sleep in!
Congratulations! As the rain cleared just before the one in Boston, I was hoping that meant that it had already passed New Haven by.
It was pretty drizzly! But 3000 people came out nonetheless! We videod the whole march and counted.
Counted? What's wrong with just picking an unreasonable number, then justifying it with arbitrary claims about the crowd looking smaller than it actually was because of the Gothic architecture.
I can recall at least one previous march which was reported in the news "the crowd, estimated by organisers at 100,000 and by police at 2,000....".
Haha! That's amazing! We asked our police to provide an official estimate and got the answer "Lots." That was when Diane decided we needed a video!