Daydream of the Week: cozy Seattle

Seattle Washington

The Seattle Washington Ferris Wheel, from the eyes of little Zoe, 4-years-old.

After deciding to move to San Francisco, a huge decision that included my leaving my beloved dream job living in Las Vegas as the editor-in-chief of Vegas magazine, I knew I needed to clear my head. And for me, that means one thing — getting out of town! My first trip? Seattle Washington, to visit an old friend from my East Village days. I had just graduated from Columbia University Journalism School, and my new roommate, a bubbly redhead, took me under her wing. To kick things off, she bought me nachos from Burritoville to cheer me up after a disastrous move downtown. I should have known right then that a lifelong friendship was born. Now married with the cutest daughters, her four-year-old and I especially bonded, first on the famous Duck Tour, and later on the ferry to Bainbridge Island. My secret weapon? I let her take photos with my iPhone. This one is pretty good, right? She was determined to take the perfect photo of the ferris wheel, promising me we’d ride it. It had been a chilly July day, and we were dead tired after so much activity. So I just nodded my head and promised we would.

But kids get second wind sometimes, don’t they? Because ride that ferris wheel we did.

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I'm a life-long travel junkie journalist who works hard to find adventure in everyday life after two years of travel and expat living.

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  1. I miss this view! I used to walk by the ferris wheel all the time for work and since moving out of the country I find myself reminiscing about Seattle quite often. Thanks for sharing, beautiful picture 🙂

  2. This is SO good for 4 years old, very impressive!

  3. She was determined!!

  4. Aw I would also miss that landmark from my walk. Are you still along water?

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