I enjoyed a walk/jog around the loop at Downtown Bellevue Park. I love this park, especially the green, water, the size, and the paths of red rock, which feel good on my feet:
I admired the poetry by Theodore Roethke (1908-1963), former UW professor, on the above sculpture:
Then I grocery-shopped at Whole Foods:
While awaiting a contact, I watched the bees (an at-risk species apparently):
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Sun, rain, wind in my Face,
(Welcome to the Pacific Northwest!),