This shirt has been through so much, and it's been a constant in my life for like two decades or something. It's been stolen by some (one time for a whole year by Chris, in which I went to Chicago, and sneaky stole it back!) and yearned for by others. And G is repping it today, but no worries, I got it back.
After G told me about some crazy dude in the apt across from me climbing as high as he could on his roof top to shoot the sunset, I had to look outside. The colors were amazing, but my DroidX couldn't quite capture them. Instead, I chose this pic from the rooftop.
I love where I live.
My friends are awesome. We did the whole Pride parade and Seattle Center thing today, which was amazing. Now, if only Washington would pass a bill to allow same sex marriage.
Also, yes, I am wearing a dress from a Halloween costume.
Also, today gets a bonus pic!
So many pics this weekend, and only one today. Booo! Anyway, we were in a meeting for the Seattle Founders Day Fest
and I took a pic of the book cover that Ben brought for Josh about Doc Maynard, one of Seattle's founders.
Our friends were hosting some tourists and they were looking for seafood and somehow, after a drink or two, we decided The Crab Pot was our spot! None of us had been there and we thought it might be fun. I look pretty excited to start munching.
So, we ordered the Westport, which was huge, and delicious!
They put this art piece on the corner of 4th and Blanchard and, of course, I made my mom pose by it.
The only thing that would make this art piece better is if the song Popsicle by New Kids on the Block played on repeat.
After a lovely soak at Banya 5, my mom, Mark and I went to Brave Horse Tavern, one of the newer Tom Douglas restaurants, for lunch. For an app - pretzels with three sauces. Amazing.
We often joke that living in Belltown is like being back in college and that we live in the dorms, as many of my friends live in the same building. It was Karianne's birthday, so April and I decided to decorate her door, dorm style.