Seattle Trip (Part 3)


Hello! Part 3 finds us shopping! (If you haven’t read Part 1 and want to, click here!)

After walking back to our car in down town Seattle from the pier (it’s a long walk) we went to our hotel and watched like a million episodes of Shark Tank and cheered or booed our deals and the inventions.

Since it was still Camp Nano, I stayed up until midnight all three nights writing Dewdrops and Butterflies on my google docs app on my phone (so convenient!)

The next morning we went back to Pikes Market and walked around go a bit. I ended up sitting on someone’s gum so after having lunch there we went back to the hotel for a break and pant change. Then we located the closest malls within the 15 mile radius. Here are some cool items I took photos of. 😀

Bookstore! It was actually an Amazon book store, but it didn’t have any of the books I want to buy.

Lots of bracelets.

I don’t know what this is, but all the colorful flowers were pretty.

I’ve wanted to get some of these tiny glass blown creatures for ever! But they are really expensive. And I don’t know what to do with them. XD (also, I actually bought very little things, 5 postcards and two pins, because I wanted to save money on this trip.)

Cute bunnies.

I actually collect cool erasers. I’ll have to write a post about those sometime. I didn’t end up getting this one because it was a bit disturbing.

Tiny coloring set.

Such a cute fox ornament! Sparsely fox things are so cute.

Mini-music boxes.

Fish pen. (I’m so descriptive)

Tiny fidget spinner (these are so done. It’s sad how quick fads disappear)

Tiny Rubic’s Cube. My sister actually bought one. It’s so cute, but doesn’t move super well.

Many many journals.

Pier 1 type store.

Black and White 4×4 Rubic’s cube. I don’t even know how you would solve this one.

Sparkly artwork.

Huge! 5 In a Row game. Each of the discs were the size of my full spread hand. Played a game with my sister and she won!


A cool book shelf type thing.

Tiny Tabasco!

Cloths at Pikes Market off store. Don’t love it, but it was decent.

Salted Carmel Gelato at this really good gelato place. The Salted Carmel was a bit too salty to eat a full helping of, but otherwise it was really good. Their Pineapple and coconut was the best flavors.

I got 9 hours of PE! We were so exhausted by the end of day two. XD

And there is one more part, then this series is done. I hope you guys enjoy it. I’ve got a crazy amount of journal pictures to write a post about journaling. I’m excited. 😀

Click here for Part 4.


2 thoughts on “Seattle Trip (Part 3)”

  1. Rosalyn Rooney says:

    So much fun!!! 😀 I loved these posts!

    1. Libby May says:

      Aww, thanks. I like so many photos to share with you guys.

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