hat: urban outfitters
blazer: thrifted vintage
tie dye cardigan: target
It was so windy at gasworks park! Like, "ladies and gentlemen hold on to your hats"
type of windy...because mine literally flew off. It was so funny.
There's a picture sequence to prove it, but I'm too embarrassed to share those. :)
Also, I fell a little bit. I was quite a clumsy sight atop that sunshine hill.
We got really chilly... we weren't there long. So we hopped in the car, and Dan Dan
drove us, because we mostly suck at navigating.
p.s. isn't Jean Marie so cute?!
You can't turn a corner on pike place, without someone singing Dylan or creedence clearwater. The gentleman with the flowing locks next to Jeanie, did his thing while we stood in line forever at the original starbucks. I sang with him a little.
Everything was really normal and comforting the other day in the city. The innumerable northface sightings, the crazies, the gospel street singers, the boots, the fish smell, the protesters, the child leashes, the beards, and the art students that are obviously art students, as evidenced by their very short bangs, the holiday decor, the coffee shops, etc. We had fun.
after some downtown time and shopping, we met up with our other sibs, and had a dinner date at tap house. I tried the seattle roll, and crab bisque soup. The crab bisque was fantastic, by the way. very rich. Sarah recommended it, and now I do too.
Hooray for cousins, and friends, and memories.