Here’s my wrap-up from the week for you; hope you enjoy my random assortment of news that makes me smile and stories I want to share.
One of the most formative experiences of my life was when I accepted a job in Washington D.C., working for U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski.
The solstice is upon us! I snapped the not-particularly-well-done selfie sometime around 10:00 PM Wednesday night, and look at that sunshine! Tonight, the sun won’t set tonight until 11:45. Here are some great stories from the week, starting with ways to celebrate the solstice.
I find something about the entrance to McGinley’s Pub so charming. Maybe it’s the shrubs in the pretty pots, or the kegs stacked outside, or the strand of lights. Or maybe the way the colors complement the warm wood. Whatever it is, it works.
Do you ever walk/bike/drive through town and dream of what you would build if you had unlimited funds? I do…I can lose hours designing things in my head, dreaming up fun ideas for neighborhoods.
At 8:00 AM this morning, 15,000 Anchorage runners and walkers gathered at the Sullivan Arena for their chance to be covered in color. It was the largest run in Anchorage history, the second largest gathering (apparently, the Pope drew a bigger crowd), and definitely the most colorful!