You are currently browsing the category archive for the ‘Mount Rainier’ category.

Barkis lying low

Barkis lying low

smells like summer

smells like summer

(click the photo for a bigger view)

(Reminder: You can instantly share your pics right here–http://share4pic.com/en/ Show us your part of the world…post a link in Comments.)

New to me, anyway. Here is a shot of lenticular clouds, taken by Jay from my beach. More here.

lenticular clouds over Mt Rainier

lenticular clouds over Mt Rainier

Mount Rainier - October morning

Mount Rainier - October morning

It’s worth getting up for! Please enjoy today’s sunrise. I’ll post more workshop notes after I’ve had my coffee.

A propos of nothing writing-related, I have a fabulous condo for sale in the ultra-hip neighborhood of Queen Anne.

the Space Needle, Seattle Center and downtown

the Space Needle, Key Arena, Seattle Center and downtown - photographed from the balcony

It’s an adorable one-bedroom in The Apollo, a converted midcentury modern building. This has a million-dollar view of the Sound, ferries, Mount Rainier and the Emerald City.

Click this link for a slide show of the property and neighborhood.
a galley kitchen

a galley kitchen

hardwood floors and a long balcony

hardwood floors and a long balcony

 

Happy New Year to all. Here’s a calm shot, taken from my beach.  

Mount Rainier on New Year’s Eve

Wishing joy to all,
Susan

My friend Pete took this stunning picture one morning. Arms around Bainbridge benefit swim, photo by Pete Saloutos

He’s a key organizer of Arms Around Bainbridge, an athletic event and benefit for Olivia Carey, a beloved islander suffering from ovarian cancer. I feel so lucky to live in a place where people take care of each other in creative ways. It’s a perfect example of how a person can use his gift and his passion. to help someone.

Last year I wrote a story to benefit Cottage Dreams, an organization that gives cancer victims a week in a rustic lakeside cottage. The topic was tailor made for me–a lakeside cottage? I am so there. I’m proud to have a publisher that gives authors an opportunity to use their gifts and passions to help others.

what’s on my mind right now:

Join me on Facebook. You won’t be sorry.

I tend to spontaneously give stuff away to readers and libraries. Join the fun here. Really.

take a look at a book

Buy or borrow my books at WorldCat.org.

Search for an item in libraries near you:
Enter title, subject or author
WorldCat.org >>

Blog Stats

  • 807,174 hits

Pages

May 2019
S M T W T F S
« Sep    
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031