Chris and Marissa told me to come out, so I did. We went to a few bars and then decided to head to Waterfront Seafood Grill for wine. This is a view off the deck.
Side note, the only season of The Real World I ever watched was the Seattle season... and I wanted to live in their house so so so badly. This would have been my view every evening.
I snuck into the Sakura-Con Feedback Panel session, accompanying April so should could support Will. Basically, it was a bunch of geeky people either whining about how they didn't get an autograph from so and so (and literally crying about it!) or the nerdy people that needed attention and to be recognized by the panel in order to feel special. I think there may have been like two legitimate questions/suggestions. It was entertaining.
My friend and I took his son to see the tulip in La Conner/Skagit Valley area. It's so beautiful, seeing rows and rows of tulips, though I kind of joke that they make places like this for Belltown folks that live in concrete high rises and never see nature.
So, kind of glad I took this after midnight, because the only other pic I had was badly prepared eggs, before I sent them back, at brunch.
I guess I thought it was funny, and I think this was at A Pizza Mart, on the bathroom door? I could be wrong.
I had so many great pics to choose from today, but decided this one of Mark and me kind of sums the day up quite well.
I always love when a little bit of Detroit comes to Seattle.
Also, quick plug... Mark owns Pony - which is pretty much the best gay bar in Seattle.
OK, another one of those days where I forgot to take a real pic... I had a free coupon for Domino's Chicken, so I decided to try it. Um, even free, wasn't too excited about it. The mango-habenero or jalapeno (whatever it was) sauce was alright though.
So, the double part was very visible to the naked eye, less visible on my cell phone camera, but beautiful, none the less.
I love little gems like this, and to think, I was going to skip Kickboxing tonight.
Another day with no pics ;(
I did snap this to tweet on BTP's account, but then didn't, because I didn't want that saying to be on there while I was tweeting on behalf of the bar. Then I forgot to take another, as I was distracted. Too many meetings today, or something.
I decided to change it up a bit. Yes, this is my usual go to pic if I forgot to take a pic that day. This was taken with the Vignette app for Android. (I did take a lot of pics of items I am currently selling on Ebay, but those are lame.)
It looks gross, I know, but it's really not. I have one serving of each: Kale, Carrot, Cucumber, Mixed Greens, Green Pepper, Banana, Yogurt, Almond Milk. Add some ice, blend. I generally drink it in two servings. Mostly tastes like banana, with some fresh grass mixed in ;)
Quite possibly one of the stranger things I've seen in Belltown. April and I were walking on first, when in the distance we noticed every NFL team mascot posing for a pic. We did not get there in time to get that, but here is a pic of the mascots walking back in to El Gaucho.
I know, I know, I take this shot all the time. Well, I love the Space Needle. It is that figure that always reminds me of where I am... far away from where I started. It's almost a symbol of freedom, and new beginnings. Plus, it's an easy shot, right off my balcony.