Moss - moss grows everywhere. Moss appears in the strangest places.
Soft little (some not so little) pods of green furriness just pop out of the ground in the middle of asphalt parking lots, and on roofs, between the shingles.
I found the reason people wash their cars hereisn't to get rid of
the road salt, it's to get rid of the algae growing on the sides. I don't have a picture of that particular car that seems to epitomize this phenomenon for me. But, when I see it again...I'm posting it here.
I went out and about this evening to West Seattle. It seems there is a little island west of
downtown that is it's own microcosmic sub-set of Seattle. I got to go to a grammar school Science Fair. My friend's grand-daughter is in second grade. It's been "forever" since I've been to grade school events. It was great time.
I'm learning to keep my camera with me, and today as my friend drove us across the West Seattle bridge I was able to grab some images of the skyline, and the commerce, and industrial America. Here's a working port. I'm pleased to see it's working.
Final thought...there might be something in this number seven thing - number seven called me today...I have a meeting on Monday. Not an interview...just a meeting. Another seven tomorrow. This kind of thing just keeps me smiling.