after 5 months, i’m finally starting to feel like Seattle is just my “regular life” 💙 i enjoy the beauty that surrounds us without being overwhelmed by it. i’ve experienced enough of the city to relax and not feel like i have to spend my spare time discovering all the new things all the time. i’m settling into a routine that leaves me with energy at the end of each day 💙 i can imagine the morning i wake up feeling bored, ready to set #goals , and get that sh*t done. i’m here #westcoastbestcoast . i’m #here 💙
Coming soon to our Ultimate Watersports fleet!!! Two NEW Seadoo Fishpro Skis. Complete with GPS, fish finder, Esky and sound system.
Stay posted for this Summer!
1 61 hour ago
Grateful. I know, I know. It’s cliche and I could have slapped a hashtag on that and left it as a millennial caption. But today marks two years in Washington and when I try to articulate these last two years, grateful is all I’ve got. 🤷🏼♀️ It hasn’t been perfect... mundane has it’s way of slipping even into the beautiful spaces of life. But I’m learning that every season is a tremendous gift. And that’s what these two years have been- a tremendous gift.
Living here has taught me that there is a whole lot of beauty in the hearts that make up a community. There is a lot of comfort in anonymity, in walking streets and only seeing the faces of strangers. But choosing roots in a small town means signing up for the vulnerability of being known. It means never being able to walk into the grocery store without seeing someone you know and waving to cars around town because you know who is behind the wheel.
I’m starting to think that nothing truly important begins without vulnerability somewhere in the mix. From the very beginning, packing up my car and moving nineteen hours away to a place where I only knew one person felt a little vulnerable, but I knew it was just the next step. I remember sitting at a table in Colorado with a friend, and my questions. I was confused and not sure what life was suppose to look like. He looked at me and said: “if you go fully after Jesus, He will not let you miss it.” His words still echo in my heart.
But they really are true, and wow, I’m sure glad He didn’t let me miss all of this.🖤 I’ll love you forever, Washington. 🌲
Today we are throwing it back to our first market! We are excited to be working on some new projects and brainstorming for the upcoming seasons! #tbt
1 132 hours ago
Be creative for the sake of creativity and your sanity. Sometimes it can be demoralizing when you feel alone in your head. It's been so fun and liberating creating this year and I hope I never stop. 🌟⚡️