Day’s Verse:
In my Father’s house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you. I am going there to prepare a place for you.
John 14:2 (context)

Back in Washington until Monday, when we fly out excruciatingly early… to return to work on Tuesday. We arrived Thursday afternoon and I have:

  • Eaten at Kidd Valley
  • Hung out with Ben and Lisa
  • Gone to Seattle before sunrise to take pictures (the sun less rose, opting instead to simply lighten the dense cloud cover around it as the morning wore on. But West Seattle still charmed me as usual)
  • Spent an afternoon with the Fergusons and their Australian friends
  • Gone for a walk with Jane in luxuriously warm, sunny weather through the neighborhood of my childhood
  • Played with the dog (and gotten bitten by her)
  • Taken a bath in my parents’ luxuriously deep bathtub
  • Woken up at 4:00 and then 6:45, after going to bed at 8:15 and 9:30, respectively (Massachusetts time will hurt when we return; coming home is always easier to adjust to)
  • Read our familiar Seattle Times comics each morning, as it should be
  • Had good quality talking time with both my parents
  • Finished reading Miss Misery and started The Language of God
  • Peed in a filthy mens room with no doors on the stalls (but which did, at least, provide toilet paper)
  • Seen a half-dozen Washington State Ferries traversing to and fro on the Puget Sound

Before all this, about an hour before our flight home out of TF Green, we (in desperation) bought two chocolate-frostinged donuts from the only open store in the whole airport: Dunkin Donuts. This raises the question: If you were to put two chocolate-frosted donuts into a bag together, how would you do it?

3 thoughts on “Chocolate-Frosted Donuts and a Non-Sunrise

  1. The first time I read that sentance I thought it said: If their were two choclate frosted donuts in a bag together, how would they do it? A subtle change, yet powerful.

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