The Northwest is one of the most beautiful places on earth. It really is. The people are quirky, the air is clean and we have doughnuts with bacon on them.
I’m not saying this to get you to move here. I don’t really want you to move here. It’s not personal. It’s just not crowded right now and I like that.
No. I’m not trying to get you to move here, but you should definitely come visit. You can stay in the pool house here at the YFR&ZAR (not spelling it out because it annoys one of my kids, but you know what I’m talking about).
All of that being true, there are times when the grey and the sog and the cold, wet, rainy winters can really make a person feel… put upon. Mr Dreamboat just got back from a trip to Nevada and mentioned that with the pleasant weather he can see why people enjoy the out of doors. Sure, we enjoy them here too, just not when we get the long spates of sog and cold, wet, rain.
The key to loving The Northwest is to get out of it from time to time. Which is what I’ll be doing this weekend.
Mr Dreamboat and I are going to LA for business, but that’s just another way of saying we’ll be meeting cool people and expanding horizons. With all day long meetings I thought it might be nice to relieve myself of my normal blogging schedule and reintroduce you to some of my children who will be posting on my behalf.
Tomorrow, you’ll get to know Zoë, who has a delightful blog as well as some videos on youtube. Zoë lives in Nashville, Tennessee, suffers through her job in retail and loving her creation of a business. You’ll adore her. She’s cool.
Sunday is Adam day. He is my oldest son and is married to the awesome Ms. Ashley and they have generously provided me with the grandson of my dreams. Adam has a successful blog on Tumblr, he is in the service industry and preparing to join the military.
Monday is a good guess. I’ve talked to my two younger boys who were not as enthusiastic as I’d hoped they would be about spending some time on the stage of their mother’s blog. We’ll just have to see what happens there. I’m not saying I have favorite children, but those who do what I ask them to do… Just sayin’.
Me? I probably won’t be soaking up the Southern California rays, but they’ll be there. And I’ll know at any given moment I can go sit in the sun and soak in all the vitamin D my white Northwestern hide could desire.
Let the wild rumpus start!