Ian is so proud of Tacoma. He absolutely loves it there. And now, so does Stephanie. And I kinda do too, especially because it only cost me 79 cents to park downtown. SEVENTY NINE CENTS. What is this, 1962?
The bridge above the Tacoma Glass Museum is rich with fun spots and textures, and it’s totally within walking distance of their really awesome warehouse-turn-swanky-abode home.Sassy + Sexy = Ianaphie. (good thing no one pays me to write for a living. yikes!)
A little Chihuly.I’ve realized I want to be like them when I grow up. Not only do they have the coolest apartment RIGHT downtown, but they also used to follow this print artist (the black and white Tacoma print above). It would be known that they’d release the location of where prints would be in the middle of the night, in random places in the city, and there’d be a mad dash of random people driving through Tacoma at like 2am, just to find these super valuable and unique prints. Seriously…. I want in on some of that action! (hey Ian, what’s the guy’s name again???). Super excited to see you guys all dolled up for your wedding in Walla Walla this September!!
(um, how should that marketing slogan now read … Walla Walla Wine Wine Weddin’ Weddin’!!)