You know the saying may you be happier than a bird with a french fry? Well, I kind of felt like that, but it was a mama sashaying around a sunflower field. We went to
A big perk of living in Seattle is being close to two national parks: Mt Rainier and Olympic. Well, we had our initial outing to Rainier the other day, and let’s just say I might
Flowers and friends. Talk about a therapeutic combo. An old friend of mine from grad school was in town and asked if I wanted to come over to her parents so our kiddos could play
Something I love about social media is whenever you say you’re going somewhere, whether it’s traveling, moving, or just a quick weekend trip, someone, somewhere will have some recommendations of things to do or see.
“God winks.” Someone commented the other day with that term, and I immediately took a mental note to never forget it. It pretty much sums up this kind of stuff oh so perfectly: Cherry blossoms
Well, we are moving. Again. Back to Seattle. Again. I wanted to wait and write about it until I was literally on the road, but it’s consuming my thoughts, so I just need to write
I just completed, without a doubt. The best road trip of my life. My mom, pup and I drove down the scenic coastal route from Seattle to Los Angeles, and my jaw has never gotten
God has an amazing way of giving you exactly what you need, at the perfect time…when you least expect it. I have an amazing ability of forgetting my booties.
The thing I love about Instagram, is it’s such a great way to preserve those little moments that you might or might not realize at the time, totally rock. Your first hike in a new
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. Unexpected blessings are the habanero of life. The other day I was in a bit of a debbie downer mood and it was super calm and
#SEATTLECHALK There’s a chalkboard wall in Seattle down by the waterfront that’s next to an awesome little letterpress shop called Pike Street Press. A designer at the shop does some rather stellar hand lettering on the
One of the first people I met in Seattle was the lovely Renae Hatch, designer of Brooklyn Grace Jewelry. Well, lucky for me, she is a totally rad a gal, has helped me get to
Dahlias and Lilies. They aren’t hibiscus and plumeria, but they sure are helping me get over missing them so much. I wonder how a big ‘ol dahlia would look in my hair…
One of the best quotes I’ve heard in a while is this: The only sign of life is growth. Well, thanks to this move, I’ve been growing a lot. So I am definitely living. So,
Life is good. And is fun to share. Especially when filtered. Follow @goldfish_kiss. I do my best to not blow up your feeds, which is hard to do somedays.