Birthdays aren’t typically something Jarred and I go to extremes for. Sure we like them, and use them as an excuse to spend time with friends and family whenever the calendar indicates another one has approached. But for the most part we reserve our excessive commemorations for our anniversaries. However, this year we deviated from […]Read More Birthday Festivities!
The precise date and time of Shawn’s return back to America, specifically Washington, was up in the air pretty much until he finally landed on US soil. Kelsey’s educated speculation was the end of August or the first of September, but apparently it’s always subject to change. As the homecoming approached the date became concrete, […]Read More A Heartfelt Homecoming!
Jarred and I were both born and raised in Oklahoma. We’re talking rural, as far as the eye can see, farmland type of Oklahoma. Needless to say, hiking was not a hobby that occupied our free time. It wasn’t until our second visit to Seattle a little less than two years ago that we actually […]Read More Weekend Warriors
It takes roughly six minutes to walk from our apartment to Pike Place Market. We had visited the market on our previous excursions to Seattle and were thrilled to be living in such close proximately. On our first grocery run we mistakenly strolled through Post Alley. For those of you who don’t know, Post Alley […]Read More Market Adventures
We were excited for various reasons when our bestie, Kelsey, asked us to join her for the Seahawks first preseason game against the Vikings. Most importantly, our social calendar has a lot of vacancies at this particular time. Secondly, the price of tickets was only $40. From what I’ve been told, regular season tickets are […]Read More Seattle, Seahawks and Hand Signals
I have been intrigued with tiny homes for several years. I love watching all the TV shows pertaining to tiny living and perusing Pinterest for pictures of adorable miniature abodes. Deep down I knew that owning a tiny home was unrealistic for us, but it was fun for me to dream (and joke with our […]Read More Home Sweet Tiny Home
We set our alarms for 5:30 a.m., which thankfully felt more like 7:30 since our bodies were still operating on Central Time Zone. We knew jbabe’s 4Runner wasn’t big enough to haul a couple of our big ticket items from our storage pod to our apartment so we had previously gotten permission from Shawn, Jarred’s […]Read More Move in Day!
After selling our house, visiting TK in Amarillo to say goodbye, celebrating our departure with some amazing friends and hugging our families we piled into jbabe’s 4Runner and began our 2,000 mile journey west. Anyone who knows me knows that I hate to drive. Leaving my car in Oklahoma was one of the most appealing […]Read More The Witts move west!