Random Acts of the Month: June

Another one bites the dust. June is past and we're already in July. Oh time, quit playing games with me. 

June was pretty dang good. We certainly jammed a lot into June.

For starters, we finally got to taste The Cheese Wizards. It was everything we had hoped for...cheesy goodness.

With good weather now in Seattle, I decided to buy some new shoes and start running more. Wish me luck!

I did some pampering with my friend, Tricia, to celebrate her birthday. I love the mint green color right now - so springy and summery. 

Don't I have a good hubby...getting out to pump the gas. Thanks Josh!

Ahhh, a drink to end the long work week. 

And here is me enjoying the above drink, and then noticing it decided to rain. This tasty restaurant is The Innkeeper

June ended Responsys' time in the Oddfellows building in Capitol Hill. It was a fun, quirky, and unique building. It fit our creative agency vibe, but we won't miss the death trap elevator, the intense heat during the summer, and the slow water dispenser. More to come about this transition in a later post.

Then there was my birthday. My birthday landed on a Wednesday, a work day. So heck no, I'm not cooking. Instead we headed to Essex and Delancey. I got lots of lovely cards and gifts. 

We celebrated again over the weekend with a fine meal at Terra Plata. Read more about how I Turned Older.

Seattle has the best summers. Part of these summers are awesome sunsets. It's hard to get a great shot from our house since there are so many wires, but this still seems to catch the essence of the colors and clouds.

Our office landed in a new location, which is right dab in the heart of Seattle. I scored a window seat, and when I look out I see the Space Needle, and if I turn my head a bit, I also see the waterfront & Elliott Bay. Not to shabby.

We went to the South Park Bridge opening festival, and tried some pupusa

At the same festival, we saw the luchadores. Remember them from last year?

We enjoyed a fine brunch at The Fat Hen. My favorite was the cardamon twist. Oh baby.

Aren't we adorable?

One of my favorite places for dessert is the Fainting Goat in Wallingford. This was lemon grisbi and sour cherry. Deeeliishhh.

And to end the month, a sunset on the Duwamish River.