Glass Museum

I just want to get caught up! T.T Here’s an even more exciting Saturday!

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Again, the other half of that pear was eaten to get my metabolism going…

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On my first break I had my usual doppio and then on my breakfast break I had a serving of TJ’s Pumpkin Granola with nonfat milk. It really didn’t quell my hunger but I was too down in the dumps to do anything more. I tried to study while I ate.

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When I got home I sipped down a venti Valencia orange refresher, the leftover creamy tomato soup from my school cafeteria, and some Wheat Thins and cheese. I kept it light because…

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We later met my mom and her friend and fellow reader, Rita, for dinner at Green Leaf in Seattle!

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I stuck with my normal food of a vegetarian vermicelli bowl. Pure heaven. I was also extremely hungry so I ate the whole thing! I left slightly uncomfortable but not stuffed.

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For the main event of the evening we went to the Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum. It was all the way back in August of 2012 that Chase and I stumbled upon this hidden gem and vowed to take my mother to it. ^_^ Success! She loved it.

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So did I. It was freaking neat.

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Just gonna show you how beautiful this place was. Keep in mind that it is all hand blown glass!

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The creator, Dale Chihuly lost his eyesight in one eye and took up painting. This was our favorite since it reminded us of a golden snitch. ^_^

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The Space Needle was exceptionally pretty last night too, lit up in purple, standing out against the fog.

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There was a lot of us trying to get certain angles on the pieces. =P

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Is it nature or man-made?

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Gorgeous right!? Anyway just wanted to thank my mom and Rita for spending time with us and taking us out on this amazing night! It was just breath-taking.

On the drive back to the Eastside, I devoured a peanut butter cookie my mom so sweetly gave me. ^_^ nom nom.

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One thought on “Glass Museum

  1. I think this is exactly what you needed! How beautiful, it really boggles the mind how some have this amazing talent, breath taking! Thanks for sharing, and I hope today has been a good day for you. 🙂

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