I can’t remember if I have mentioned this on Yow Yow! yet, but this month I am helping my friend Toby with her wedding planning gig and as her trusted little “minion” I accompanied her to Michael’s the other day so that we could pick out decorations! I’m so excited about this opportunity because it’s a combination of two things that I already love – weddings and event planning. We’ll keep you posted every step of the way.
When you’re in college, most of your friends typically live near school not just because it’s convenient for you and your friendship, but because it is convenient for them as well. When college ends, your friends disperse and that’s when the real challenge occurs. How do you remain close when you are no longer a couple doors down or a few blocks across? Meghan as since relocated to Maple Leaf in Seattle and we spent the afternoon catching up on her porch. Last year, I asked Meghan to write a guest post for Yow Yow and usually I leave this open ended hoping that my friends writing will share a story about themselves or their own insight. Instead, she wrote a mini biography on me and it was the sweetest thing I’ve ever seen. I’ve asked her to write a follow-up post for Yow Yow! again and I have no doubts at all that she won’t surprise us with something spectacular.
Sunday brunch right on Lake Union!
I hadn’t been back to the Seattle Art Museum Outdoor Sculpture Park since it first opened – literally opening day! It was so nice to return to this space to see how it has changed over the years. We also didn’t want to miss an opportunity to “make” a photograph artsy ourselves.
When we decided to eat at Momiji for dinner we didn’t expect that they would have outdoor seating now next to their Japanese Garden. Of course, we had to take advantage of it and on a sunny Sunday.