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Washington is my Cathedral, my playground, my challenge. I had a couple visions playing in my mind of what would happen when I crossed the border into Washington. In the first, I’d drop to my knees and sob, for everything that Washington had represented to me over the past year. For all the ways that I’d grown there, the people I’d met, the things I’d vow, on principle alone, not to regret.
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