Tuesday, September 18, 2012

CHANGE OF VENUE


“Thunder and lighting! You shouldn’t complain …”

I think I am misremembering that from a version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

Here I am in Seattle. Cooder and I flew in last night. She seems to be adjusting reasonably well. I think she's a bit bored, but at her age, she mostly sleeps anyway. I start a gig tomorrow, so she'll be more alone than she has been in quite a long time. I'm glad to have a kitty with me. 

There are a lot of things to catch you all up on, but, for right now, this is just where I am.


There are two other freelancers who have come in to work on this project. We walked over to the Pike Market and had breakfast at a place called Lowell's. I haven't had a hangtown fry in a bazillion years. You remember hangtown fry, right?


Pike's Market is expensive and touristy, but difficult to resist on a warm, sunny Seattle day. We know these days are numbered.


I bought these honeycrisp apples, too. I think they are Louise's current favorites. This is $6 worth of apples here. They will go well with cheese.




This bunch of mostly dahlias was $5.00. It sure feels extravant to buy flowers. Could you have resisted?


Emmylou Irene Patsy Clownpaws had to stay in New York. JetBlue won't let you fly with more than one animal. I don't think I could have handled two, anyway. Here she is taking a last minute nap in my left just before I left.



As Ms. Emmy is friendly and adaptable, I left her with Iris. Iris sent a couple of shots today.


As you can see, she isn't adjusting very rapidly.





3 comments:

  1. Glad Cooder made it out there with you, and Emmy will be fine. Shine on.

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  2. Seattle's a nice spot, although wet. Lots of arts. I didn't like the huge parking garages under big buildings, but did like the underground tour & history. Pike Fish Market is a hoot. Hope all goes well for you there.

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