Where the one-way, red brick road lays foundation for an experience to be had, people of the world adorn the road and sidewalks of Pike Place Public Market. Not only a market attraction for tourists and locals alike, this is an intricate neighborhood and heart of the city. To speak only of the market as a … More Corner Produce @ Pike Place Public Market
Lovingly being teased by my husband on my nasal pronunciation of Macaron, I adjudged it wise to educate myself on Macarons/Macaroons. Without a doubt proper research must be conducted; therefore, I’ve spent the last couple of weeks consuming mounds of Macarons from 12 establishments throughout Seattle metropolitan. Highlighted in the gallery below, are my final selections of cookies … More Would you like one “o” or two?
As twilight sets, the crisp chilled air cuts through my layers and walking through the industrial sector of Old Ballard has me wondering if I’ve taken a wrong turn despite diligently mapping my route. As a brief moment of regret in not accepting the ride my friend offered, I turn the bend and see my … More House of Ballard: dinner
The epiphany of arriving at opening or not long after has become a truly desirable time I crave. Despite witnessing, at numerous places upon opening, paces of chaos, rapidity, deliberateness and leisure there is a moment where quiet, collective and tranquil air permeates the beginning day and I find it to be the purest representation of the place I’ve entered. 11:02am, the doors are unlocked and I … More House of Ballard: lunch
My nonchalant approach to race day was not as it was last year. February 2016 I made the jump to join the millions of running event runners. With emotions, thoughts and concerns running ramped throughout my brain, I signed up for my first running event. Knowing I could finish the 5K, I input my credit card number and … More I Ran