Creative use of a stop light

Now, I’ve seen a lot of things during my time on the road and across this country… however, this evening while riding home, at the light at Randolph Road and Georgia Avenue, a cute Welsh gal in a pickup truck (bumper sticker flag gave it away), put on the emergency brake, and whipped out a pennywhistle and began to improvise something akin to “The Battle Hymn of the Republic“. I wished I had a camera to take in the event, but was barely able to make out the music with my engine humming and the helmet and earplugs in (see Tom, some of us wear them). If everybody took their spare wasted time and exercised it in such a non-violent and creative fashion, I truly do believe the world could be a better place.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

Computer Geek, Music Junkie, Movie Fanatic, Beer Aficionado, Part-Time Amateur Photographer… Amélie has lived in D.C. off-and-on for the past 23 years, always calling the National Capitol region her home. She’s also probably one of those types of odd-folks with realms of useless trivia you’d like to have on your side during a pub quiz.

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