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Posted at 8:37 AM ET, 12/20/2010

Your year in review

By washingtonpost.com editors

Local Opinions is seeking 300-word essays on the Year in D.C. (and the rest of the region). We’re looking for insights and anecdotes to sum up 2010. What will we remember most? What changed? What stayed the same? What trend bears watching?

Last year, readers wrote about the Obama inauguration, Robert McDonnell’s victory in Virginia, the Metro crash and the Redskins’ travails. Writing on living through the Great Recession, Christopher Walsh of Arlington concluded: “One saying defines ‘grace’ as being grateful for what you have, rather than spiteful about what you don’t have. A little grace fell over the Washington area in 2009 and has lingered. I hope it lasts a long time.”

To be included, send an e-mail to letters@washpost.com, with D.C. 2010” in the memo field. Please include day and evening phone numbers and disclose any personal or professional involvement that you have in anything you’re writing about.

By washingtonpost.com editors  | December 20, 2010; 8:37 AM ET
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