Which was fabulous. Brunch, that is. We had the best table in the house looking out across the expanse of Elliot Bay from West Seattle. The food was good and plentiful and I did not stuff my self to uncomfortable. It was great. Frank has this amazingly fancy to the max car. It's an Audi white powerful sports car and it's just luxury. Oh and convertible. He put the top down and we cruised the West Seattle beach road slowly. I love being the passenger in a car but being a passenger in that car is like being anointed. Frank is always so interesting to spend time with. He is passionate about things that are and always will be very foreign to me so it's always fascinating to hear his take on nearly everything. Plus he's fun and nice. And likes to eat - non-vegan, gluten-full, omnivoric meals.
The Mariners' game was on this morning while we were brunching. I totally forgot to check the score - that, alone, is a great indication of how much fun I had! But, I had recorded the game so I got to enjoy the whole thing and it turned out to be a great game. Amazingly, as the announcer expressed in shear amazement and delight at the end "And the Mariners are now 4 games over 500 and that hasn't happened in in in I don't even know when!!!!" heheheh (The game was 0-0 until the top of the 9th with 2 outs when the Mariners scored 5 runs. Pretty cool.)
Now the laundry is done and put away. And all is quiet.
And, just as I typed that sentence, Neighbor Ann came in to say she had just been at the hospital and Ron followed her with his eyes and blinked at her request. She's pretty excited about that.
Now I think I'll watch more of my latest find - The Bridge. And knit some bear.