And with the discovery of this cool little flash player, I am going to start a new feature called “ Thank you Ashley and Ashlee for sharing your “girls trip” with me. What a treat to be able to spend Mother’s Day with my (all grown up) baby.
I’ll let Ashley share the details of her trip on her blog, but will post a review of our “Savor Seattle Tour” soon! The first time a new suitor would come to do the door, I would answer and greet them.
Great conversation, good food, perfect temperature, and a beautiful view of Lake Washington. This woman is very clever and knows how to tell a story… They were very disappointed to learn she lived in Salt Lake and won’t be a regular attendee. tune back tomorrow (or the next day) to hear about our journey to the San Juan Islands… You wake up with a song in your head and it just keeps playing?
It happens to me all the time – which can sometimes be really annoying, depending on the song.
And I think playing golf during a war just sends the wrong signal.” That’s his idea of sacrifice, to give up golf? , and that I wanted a high gravity beer – which apparently have more alchohol.She then struck up an online relationship with someone who lived 100 miles from her.After exchanging many emails and chatting on the telephone, she decided to meet him.After a fabulous, but exhausting, 2 hour walk around the market, we made a few purchases and headed back to my place. Neither of us had ever been to a winery before so decided to take the free tour. such a delightful place to spend a Saturday afternoon… Most residents of the area were enjoying Seattle’s unseasonably warm weather (80-ish) that weekend, but we both prefer a cooler temp, so we got back in the air conditioned car and made the requisite pilgrimage to nearby .Kathy (who hadn’t slept the night before, worried she wouldn’t hear her alarm) took a much needed 2 hour nap…. We took it pretty easy on Friday, exploring my small garden and left the condo only for dinner at Azuls and a little shopping at the fabulous Musings, which features the work of local artists. We both learned a lot about how wine is made, why red wine can be so expensive and all about why Washington’s Columbia Valley offers the perfect climate for growing wine grapes. Look – while I was taking photos of hydrangeas, Kathy found more wine and passed out on a lounge chair. acres of flowers and fabulous interior decorating/gift sotre.