Today is what I like to call a Seattle celebration.
I've shared this photo once before, but it's worth repeating. This is Clark standing in front of Ivars on the Seattle waterfront, where the seagulls sweep down and scoop up French fries that you hold in your hand.
Chase, Trey, Taft, Addie and I drove here from Spokane yesterday and we are celebrating Seattle for one day with our dear friends, the Lambsons. Don was Lisa Bearnson's founding partner at Creating Keepsakes magazine and I have known and worked with them for over a decade. I used to travel with Deanna (Don's wife) to film segments on the PBS show, More than Memories — she is the one that introduced me to filming. Then when I was editor at Simple Scrapbooks, I would haul my kids to Utah every summer for two weeks for strategy and planning meetings and we would all stay at the Lambson's home. We have had so much FUN over the years. The Lambsons have never been to Seattle before, so they asked if we could drive over and meet them. We could only manage one day this week (I'll explain that later) but hey, one day is one day and I'm tickled that we get to be together and do some catching up.
I'm going to try some remote posting, so stay tuned — and have a wonderful Monday.
(photo highlights posted Tuesday, August 11th)
My inspiration shot.
My funny shot.
My best seagull eating French fry shot.
My cutest person eating French fry shot.
The "I'm so glad someone else has a camera" shot.
The Lambsons shot. We LOVE you guys — thanks for the FUN day.