Thursday, September 22, 2016

Seattle, Seattle!


As I walked off the plane, I was greeted by a crisp, cool hug from the air around me. After a storybook descent into a land of green isles and peninsulas enveloped by deep blue seas, I kept thinking, "Life! This place breeds life!" 

In summary, Seattle knows how to grow stuff. Grapes fall from shaded awnings, full pumpkins pop up unexpectedly in backyards, $5 flower bouquets are so bright and full, they put most $40 bouquets to shame. And the green. Oh, the green. So much green, everywhere. So much bounty. 


{Skyline view from the ferry to Bainbridge Island}

{Gawking at referenced $5 bouquets}  

 {Happily accepting kisses I usually have to steal}


{Curing toddler wiggles at Pike Place Market}


{Bainbridge Island giggle fits} 



{#bringthekids}

2 comments:

Rammy Jones said...

We attended an event here this past Sunday & had an awesome experience from beginning to end. They served great food and the salad I had for dinner was delicious. The service at the event space also was impeccable.

someone to write my essay said...

Swedish food is my favorite food ever! And when it comes to meatbals, you can't get much better than that. Than you for this recipe!