Seattle is more full of people at close of business on Fridays than any other day of the week. The weather has been wonderfully warm lately and sunny for the last two weeks, at least. People watching has been excellent. I would have spent some time and found a spot to sit and watch as I have before. Unfortunately, my new bus schedule is a little more restrictive about when I leave the city.
I love the new buses. These are commuter buses. These are comfortable. I get on the bus in the morning at a Park and Ride. We make three more stops and get on the freeway. I really do have a chauffeur. "To work, James." or sometimes it's "To work, Jane." Three stops after we get off the freeway and downtown I get off the bus and go find the intercity buses. This is almost luxury.
My new route has taken me on different streets; past different stores. I have been taking photos through the bus windows on occasion. I've about given up on that tact. On Friday night I walked from the post office (the one on 3rd Street)(and yes, I finally changed my address, yet again) up the street to 4th Street turned the corner heading south to find the first bus stop kiosk that had my numbers. (Do I sound like I have a gambling problem? Gotta get my numbers, man.) The store with the windows that make me drool is on that second block.
I don't know the name. I never get past looking at the dresses. This is eye candy. This is couture that I don't think I'll ever wear, and that's not the point. The point is, it is really cool. This dress is my favorite. It's just like the hat store...this comes from some movie I'd love to see.
Edit: I found the name of the dress store: Luly Yang - This woman is incredible - worth a visit to her site - www.lulyyang.com.
Two things to leave you with:
I promise to take down the BeeGee's tune at end of day here Saturday.
And if this Duck thing is interesting - here's the link