wpostServer: http://css.washingtonpost.com/wpost

The Post Most: Local

The Buzz
Get Updates:  Twitter  |   Facebook  |  RSS Feeds RSS Feed
Posted at 04:36 PM ET, 02/01/2012

D.C. love stories: Where did you find a uniquely Washington romance? (#DCLoveStories)


Kathleen Sims and Alex Ozenberger play a game of Bananagrams along the fountain in front of Alexandria City Hall in Alexandria, VA. The two met when Kathleen contacted Alex after he appeared in a Date Lab story in the Washington Post Magazine. (Dustin Fenstermacher/For The Washington Post Magazine)
Do you have a D.C. love story? Did you meet your better half while interning on the Hill? Or maybe you shared your first kiss on the National Mall? Proposed to at the Willard? Married in a D.C. courthouse? Whatever your story, if it is uniquely D.C., I want to hear it.

I’m looking for people that are comfortable being on camera to tell their stories, talk about love, and wax poetic on what it means to be in love in the District.

You can be a new couple, happily married for years, or maybe you are still looking. Either way, I want to hear your story for a video we’ll be launching on Valentine’s day.

(Read more about our video team on Tumblr.)

To share your D.C. love story, use the form below or tell me using #DCLoveStories on Twitter.

More on Valentine’s Day:

Offbeat V-Day ideas: Valentines for Veterans

Valentine’s Day canceled in Uzbekistan

Best restaurants for Valentine’s Day

By  |  04:36 PM ET, 02/01/2012

Tags:  holidays, callouts

 
Read what others are saying
     

    © 2011 The Washington Post Company