Friday, September 30, 2011

Photo Book: Early Afternoons

There's no fancy way to say this. I've tried. For about two days I've sat at my desk trying to figure out how to word it in a way that won't make me hate myself.

 I give up.

So here it is. 

 Everything is good.

So good.
 Take, for example, certain early afternoons in Ballard. I take Hometeam to Discovery Park. She runs through tall grass and swims in the Sound while I collect sea glass and listen to The Lonely Island on my Ipod.  

 If we're lucky, we're joined by Steph and Ella, who is three months old.

On other days, we'll climb at the World Wall instead.

And I know I'm killing my friends in Rhode Island when I say that the climbing is so good right here....and it's only 40 minutes away.

As you can see, it's very nice out in the West Coast. Beautiful fall day after beautiful fall day.

I'm very happy. It's horrifying.


Andrew said...

Wow. I just love this one so much. The last picture of Hometeam (winking!!! Ahhhh!!!) is perfect.

Sudeikas said...

That place is astoundingly beautiful!

Baby By The Sea said...

Looks like a great way to spend an afternoon. I get what you're sayin' sometimes it's weird to be so happy, but at the same time wanting a bit more out of the days. Love how the babe hangs under the rock as you ascend. Perfectly sweet image.
On another note, are you heading to any City Arts Fest concerts??

6512 and growing said...

Ha! Even writers can be happy. I like your blog.