Life in the Pacific Northwest

Trolly for Seattle Storm WNBA Championship parade

Congratulations to the Seattle Storm, 2018 WNBA Champs!

I’m not going to lie. Life in the city comes with challenges-noise, traffic, and much smaller grocery stores-but there are also advantages. One of the best perks is proximity and access to fun events. Last Sunday I walked a few blocks to the Seattle Center and cheered on the Seattle Storm, 2018 WNBA champions. (That’s …

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Argosy Tour Boat at Pier 55 Seattle WA

Touring at Home

Do you play tourist in your town? My husband and I often do. We aren’t Seattle natives, so we enjoy exploring the area. Recently we took an Argosy (your friend with a boat) locks cruise. They offer various opportunities for visitors to experience Seattle from the water. (See their link here.) Our tour started on …

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flowering plants at the Seattle Center

Yea for May!

This year Seattle recorded the third wettest April on record. It rained, rained again, and then rained some more. BLAH! Anytime I stepped outdoors, I got drenched. Finally, May has arrived. We have sunnier skies, longer days, and luscious spring blossoms. The Alaska cruise ships have begun their northern migrations. If you can’t tell it’s …

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Break a Leg!

I’ve joined the theater. You can find me at select Seattle Repertory Theater performances this season. I’ll set the scene. Imagine you enter the auditorium, find your seat, browse the program, and settle in for a couple hours of live entertainment. The lights come up, the actors appear, and you join them on a dramatic, …

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