Spring has finally arrived here in Seattle! As the cherry trees blossoms awash the area in whitish-pinkish color, there are many signs of spring has finally here! The tulips are starting to come out of their slumber, and the yellow heads of daffodils are shining brightly through the gray days of spring. Finally after a… Continue reading Spring Has Come Finally!
The Nutcracker... that is for children and adults who are children at heart. Because of an adult is a good person, in his heart, he still is a child. In every person, the best, most important part is that which remains from his childhood. ~George Balanchine There is something about the season of Christmas that… Continue reading Sugar Plum Christmas Time
There is something very peaceful about a conservatory full of plants. A place where all the cares can be left outside the glass structure and take a breather for an hour. An old Victorian Conservatory, a Victorian water tower and seeing Seattle from the black side of the sun. All of this done before noon… Continue reading Hanging With Plants, Climbing The Water Tower & The Black Sun At Volunteer Park
The bluest skies you see are in Seattle! Perry Como had it right, when the sun shines in Seattle it is a beautiful sight to see. After the Terracotta Warriors and lunch, it was time to walk down to the Olympic Sculpture Park on the waterfront. To get to the park I walked 0.7 miles… Continue reading Olympic Sculpture & Myrtle Edwards Park
To get me in an art museum is to bribe me. Really bribe me. So when it came to a Facebook event posting about a free three days at the Seattle Art Museum, I believed it was a bribe enough. This past Sunday I went on one of the free days with my Mom to… Continue reading Art and Cheese-A Sunday In Seattle