My parents got a miniature Australian Shepherd puppy a few months ago and named her Gypsy and she and I have bonded. She goes c-RAZY when she sees me. Granted I egg her on a bit, as witnessed in this video:
She has one blue eye and one brown eye.
She looks so innocent, but believe you me she's actually a worse dog than Joey, which I didn't think was possible :)
Tip-Toe is going to be 18 years this year. EIGHTEEN!
I may not have a green thumb when it comes to plants, but I do have a green thumb when it comes to animals. If that makes any sense at all. I once had a goldfish live for 8 years. It even jumped out of its tank in the middle of the night and survived after being "beached" for over 5 hours.
This afternoon we loaded up and drove to Seattle.
Hi Allie! You're so pretty! Love you!
First stop: lunch at Mae Phim for Thai food.
They have the best Thai food of any place I've ever tried anywhere. 5 out of 5 stars. I get the Mae Phim Special. It's some kind of curry with chicken and cashews.
Panang chicken is also divine. I highly recommend it to anyone visiting Seattle. Holes in the wall places always have the best food don't they?
Then we drove up to Pacific Place Mall and noticed there was an exceptionally large amount of weirdies out. I guess there was some kind of comicon convention going on.
You can't really tell in this photo, but this storefront was lined with vintage sewing machines.
Which store did this come from? Give you three guesses and the first two don't count.
Anthropologie always turns the most ordinary things, like dishtowels, into irresistible commodities.
I'm always intrigued by the works of ever changing art lining the stairway up to the second level.
Then we went to the Kirkland Costco - the very first Costco ever to open don't ya know.
Now we're watching more Modern Family and I'm doing some work. Multitasking!