A Full Tank

I have noticed that life gets a lot easier when my love tanks are full.  If you don’t know the concept of the Love Languages, you gotta know it.

Last night I finally found the perfect little red purse I’ve been looking for the last six months – on sale 80% off!!!  My husband took me back today to buy another bag I saw there that I loved (75% off).  Then he took me all over Seattle so I could take pictures.

We went to University of Washington

St. Mark’s Cathedral,

Then SAM park on the waterfront

What a totally awesome day.  I feel like I’ve had two days vacation.  Thanks Wes!

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3 Responses to “A Full Tank”

  1. Debbie Watts Says:

    You are a great photographer! I can see what your eye was seeing through your phots. Good Job.

    Keep filling your love tank and receive your blessings you wonderful woman of God!

    Love Deb.

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