Extended Stay America - Seattle - Redmond
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... when he woke up from a little snooze to find the woman in front of him had reclined her seat back and it was all up in his business - we’ve all been there - and proceed to just shove it forward by main force, which I think most of us have not done. Travel is so lovely for showing us the vast, delightful differences in personalities and cultures, isn’t it? J
Movies, snoozing and knitting got us across the dateline, and onto day 2 of ...
... 8230;hint hint dad. After buying this item, I went over to Starbucks and hung out for a bit, while I waited for Isabella. Afterwards, we came home and I took a nice nap, as I was pretty tired and she got some great news! She is headed to Seattle University next fall! We had spaghetti for dinner with her mom. Tomorrow is my last morning in Seattle as I will be leaving for Portland on ...
... him. But, go on we must even as his influence in our lives begins to fade. He is truly missed.
We are all emerging from a cold, dark winter. The Ball/Peale/Kucuktuna/Pappas family has two wonderful events consuming our thoughts this year: the birth of Andrea’s baby in Instanbul and Carey’s wedding in Greece in September. Even though our time will soon be consumed by ...
... ll come back another time. The Pike Place markets are different from what I was expecting – I expected a larger area – this seems to be fairly small, but on several levels. We meet my contact here and have a chat about working in Seattle, while Lavinia keeps the kids amused.
Time for us to keep moving again soon, and we head right down to the waterfront this time and start walking along the piers. ...
... especially if it had been in his hometown of Philly. A steady stream of unhelpful caseworkers over the past year, while attempting to live again in Philly, had led to his decision to return to Seattle.
Starman walked through the train cars quietly fingering his kalimba-thumb piano gleefully using the hands he once thought would never function again. Appreciating life.....one pluck of the instrument at a time.
a kiss to life and, this time, at least, to ...