We did a lot of things in Seattle. So many things, in fact, that I think that it would overload you with awesomeness if I told about the rest of our trip to you in one giant awesome post. Instead, I'll do one blog entry solely dedicated to Bumbershoot (Seattle's annual music and arts festival).
Where the first thing we did was concentrate REALLY hard on making Shrinky dinks.
We looked around at all the cool little booths, bought a few things, ate a few things, climbed on a few things, ran around a few things...
we also participated in face-painting by the rainbow lady.
...saw a very silly performance by Nanda (A tidal wave of dance, juggling, and crazy kung-fu acrobatics) about a jacket with magical powers. It was quite entertaining.
And if you ever thought that it might be cool to dress up in a lime green leotard and do mediocre gymnastic tricks on a bar that is attached to a motorcycle which is fastened to a big wire in the air and which is driven by a dread-locked wannabe biker chick, then you're not the only one.
In the oh-so-exciting children's area, Kennedy had a little bit of relaxation time with yoga.
And then she tapped into her inner Van Gogh.
Toward the end of the evening, Justin and I saw the band Surfer Blood, and we were planning on staying for another band (English Beat), but Justin had a pretty bad cold and was feeling crappy all day. He'd hit his limit. so we left for home. But Bumbershoot was super cool. I'd definitely go again. But I might skip the biker chick and gymnast performance next time.
Up next (hopefully), the remainder of the trip.