Seattle Grandeur

I didn’t have a good day at work today.  But, as I was walking home, I turned to my right, and saw…..

Mountains.

Mountain Re-enactment

This is why I love Seattle.

When a bad day is had in such beautiful surroundings, it doesn’t feel as bad.

Then I was almost hit by a car.

Okay, so I made that last part up, but it would have been ironic if that had happened. 😉

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Author: Greg Salvatore

Writer. Voice Actor. Humanist. Feminist.

5 thoughts on “Seattle Grandeur”

  1. Thanks. Imagination can make even the most mundane of experiences exciting, so I employ it whenever I can.Also, I saw the mountains in early evening, so they were silhouetted against the darkening sky. I didn't have a camera with me, which is why I substituted this daytime photo of the same mountain range, as seen from Pike's Place (hence the "mountain re-enactment"). 🙂

  2. I love moments like that!It does almost seem a shame, though, that you were not hit by a car. It probably would've happened to me. Murpy's law and all that… 😛

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