As with every passing moment, things change. That is what life is made of. Changes. June 2017 I chose to find a place I could become the best version of myself. As an artist, photographer, communicator, and collaborator. It took time to understand the scope of the nation at that point and see the opportunitiesContinue reading “Life and changes”
Love that dance of the incense!
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After some further thought on the regular daily content and feedback from many and a few, here are the results are what is coming with our redesigned layout and flow. Featuring Daily Content in the form of photographs of the day; maybe a video or two, some variables to play out there. Also featuring MarinersContinue reading “Proposed Changes”
This morning took a trip to the local Safeway store for some common weekly reups… milk, jam, and roasted chicken. That’s where the story begins. Though I could start it off with the search for the non-existent safety pin for my jeans. Interesting how “safety first” rang out clear this morning. Three items, no cartContinue reading “Safeway Chicken Grease Cleanup Experience”
As a member of the Seattle Mariners Security Staff during the 2020 season we witnessed some unfamiliar situations. Namely, baseball games with no fans. With the pandemic taking hold in the spring of 2020, the MLB postponed a heavy portion of their season until protocols were agreed upon and made mandatory at every ballpark. MaskContinue reading ““Rookie Season” with Mariners winds down…”
While some days I’ve been known to “take the reigns” toward my goals, today I am truly thankful the Mother Nature supplied the rains to clear our air here in Seattle. While we’re still wearing masks while out and about, for personal and public health reasons, we no longer need to hold our breath orContinue reading “Thankful for the rains”
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With the Wildfires around the Pacific Northwest our lovely city here is succumbed by hazy wildfire smoke. You can smell it as soon as you walk outside. Be safe. Take care. If avoid staying outdoors for extended periods if you can. Keep your windows closed and exhaust fans on to maintain proper air circulation. WeContinue reading “Stay Safe Seattle”
For more information on how this year’s Taste of West Seattle event has expanded to five days and where to get your passport. Visit: https://westseattlefoodbank.org/taste-of-west-seattle/