Sunny end-of-Winter days in Seattle.
Haribo makes all of my favorite candy, so naturally, Cost Plus World Market is my favorite store to loiter in.
Celebratory McDonald’s after my first Mac purchase.
Magazines on magazines, thanks to Mags for Miles.
Sherbet and Netflix in bed.
Flowers at Pike Place Market.
Though tulips are typically all that’s available this time of year, I’m happy to see some variations in style and color to mix things up.
Drinks at Bait Shop on Capitol Hill. Excellent 90s-era music and smiley service – my two favorites.
Chartreuse and pastel pink all around Seattle.
Making fried noodles.
Emily and I love Boiling Point, so when we found out she was heading back down to SF, we went for dinner once a week until her big move. It was a delicious month.
Chinese food leftovers with breakfast after a night of drinking.
First Hill Plaza.
Authentic Taiwanese pastries.
Seattle University neighborhood.
Must haves from Target right now. French Bulldog and English Bulldog shakers.
Moments from my birthday.
Dinner at Alibi Room where David and I had our second date.
Thanks to the Annual Figgy Pudding Caroling Competition, blocks Downtown were closed to cars and we were able to wander through the streets at our own pace.
Birthday treats to myself and for being part of their Beauty Insider program.
David’s avocado and egg breakfast sandwich.
Decisions, decisions… for my company holiday party.
First meal after a night of celebration.
Thank you David for another memorable birthday filled with surprises and loved ones xoxoxo.
We all played “20 Questions” (or some variation of it) growing up, but did you ever play the electronic version that was big in the early 2000s? I’m a sucker for board games, but my obsession with this little power house was long-lived (it was basically my coolest electronic device before cell phones). How can such a small nugget pack enough mojo to guess what I’m thinking almost every single time? I don’t know, but I found it last week and am still in shock at the results.
“Hamster,” “sail boat,” “camera,” “electric fan.”
It. Got. Every. Single. One. HOW?