Weekend of July 20th was a very busy weekend not only for the Refuse to Abuse Mariner's Care 5K, but the weekend where all baseball fans turn their attention to Cooperstown for the Baseball Hall of Fame inductees. This year the Mariner's own Edgar Martinez was inducted into the class of 2019. For both Saturday… Continue reading Seats At First Base| Night At A Mariner’s Game
Every first and third Saturday of the month Amazon lets the public tour inside the spheres and on this particular trip, the Corps flower was ready to bloom! I will admit, I am jealous of the employees of Amazon for having access to an amazing space to work and wish more companies would utilize more… Continue reading Inside The Amazon Spheres
What more could be perfect then spend a birthday at the ball park? After all I did spend two months hammering out a four part series about it. The birthday ballgame was the Seattle Mariners vs. LA Angles, and it was little league day. During game pauses, the camera caught many of the kids dancing… Continue reading Girls Day At The Ballpark| Mariners vs. LA Angles
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 storm had a name. Like a hurricane, the snow storm was called Maya. Maya had come to this part of United States, just as Lucian did in the Midwest and the East Coast. Our polar vortex, and one which involved ice sheets on hills. The first round of the snow came Sunday evening during… Continue reading The Seattle Snow Apocalypse