Friday, September 24, 2010

Seattle with Kat!

One of Kat's friends Lace wanted a new little puppy so we all hoped in the car and drove 3 hours to pick our this beautiful puppy! His name is Moose and he is AMAZING!

Most of our mornings Kat and I spent in front of this fire place. It is cold and wet here.

This is Kat and I on the fairy over to Seattle, you can see it in the background. It was a short 30 min boat ride!

We took a taxi from the fairy to the Space Needle to have lunch!

We found someone to take our photo on the observation deck before we had lunch.

This is the view from the observation deck! It was simply breath taking.

Looking as far as the eye can see... and beyond!

We had such a good time! We were super hungry and ready to go eat.

First up, Kat ordered some soup! She said it was yummy.

I started off with some wine. It may have been the best wine I have ever had! I love a good zin.

Kat ordered the salmon.

I ordered a crab melt. It was so good that I am going to try to recreate it for Adam when I get home.

Before I left on this trip my daddy sent me such a cute card letting me know that he misses me and was excited for my trip to see Kat. He sent money for Kat and I to go out to lunch on him just like he used to do for us when we lived in Oklahoma! Today our lunch was on him.

This is Kat at 24 weeks! Both baby and mommy are healthy and happy!

IT'S THE SPACE NEEDLE!! It was such a beautiful day!

Belly shot, and a cool one at that!

We went to the market, I have never seen anything like it!

We bought these beautiful flowers and picked out a bottle of wine
(not as good as the Zin from the Space Needle)

After a long day of shopping Kat and I got back on the boat and went back across the water and went home. This week has been so much fun and I am sad to leave but very excited to get back to my husband!

1 comment:

  1. ahhh! did you just fall in love with seattle?! even though it was rainy/cold.

    also, kat has an adorable living room.

    and it looks like you both had such a fantastic week. can't wait to hear stories