Last weekend, Tom and I attended the Gottman Institute's Couples’ Workshop at Seattle Center which, as I wrote in my previous post, was amazing. What I didn’t write about was the glorious Seattle weather last weekend. It’s raining again now, but last weekend was one of those times when everyone in Seattle was out playing and no one wanted to live anywhere else on earth. (Why yes, I am indeed being presumptuous and speaking for all Seattleites!)
Elisabeth and CJ are still house-sitting on Queen Anne which is just a 2-minute walk to Seattle Center where the conference was held, so we stayed at “the Villa” on Saturday night…
…and of course, I could hardly stop snapping pictures from the house…
…and at Seattle Center on our conference breaks:
The Pacific Science Center
The view of the Olympic Mountains from Seattle Center
The tree says Winter but the sky says Spring!
Hangin’ with whales
We “double dated” with Elisabeth and CJ at Wild Ginger, an amazing Seattle restaurant with incredible Asian fare and passed the camera around.
Awwww – a cute, normal couple!
And then there’s the pictorial story of what 27 years of marriage (and a really cool marriage workshop) does to a couple:
When did we age? When did that happen?!