Thanks to Natalie for hosting Three Things Thursday, “three things big or small, that have made you happy this week.”
Our friends Dolores and Joe celebrated their 65th anniversary last week:
65 years! Isn’t that remarkable? My husband and I celebrated #46 a couple of months ago, which I think is a pretty big accomplishment. But we’re amateurs next to Dolores and Joe, who have now become our role models.
We found another Little Free Library while out and about here in Tacoma, WA:
This is the second one we’ve found here in our own home town. The very first Little Free Library I ever saw in the wild was in the nearby town of Puyallup, where our daughter lives.
For one glorious day the Seattle Mariners held the second American League wild card playoff spot. Since then they’ve lost more games than they’ve won, and making it into the post season seems increasingly more elusive.
The Mariners Tripe A minor league team, the Rainiers, play here in Tacoma. While they don’t always win, either, at least their losses don’t seem as devastating as the Big League team’s do. Attending a Rainiers game is a lot of fun, and we’ve attended four this month. Here’s a shot of Taylor Motter, who spent some time earlier in the season playing in Seattle:
We’ll probably see Motter playing in Seattle again when the Big League roster expands on September 1.
I hope everyone has a good week!
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