About The Little Seattle Observationist

There is no greater joy, to me, than to experience life in it’s absolute fullest. I want as much of the moment as I can have; as much of the moment as it will allow me to hold. Whenever I can sit and watch Seattle as I pass by it going to work, going to a friend’s, going to eat, going home, most times I find myself exclaiming, “Look how beautiful it all is!” But it’s raining, people say. Sure, it’s raining but look at those clouds. Can’t you see the exquisite shape and hues? Can’t you see how massive and powerful it all is around us?

I have been fortunate enough to have many opportunities in my short life thus far. I have many interests but not much has captured me quite like Seattle.

This is my life. This is my love. Enjoy it with me, please.

Be well!

Little Seattle Ob @ the Boeing Flight Museum!

7 Responses to “About The Little Seattle Observationist”
  1. Hey hey, you’ve done it 🙂 I will link your page to mine as another “observationist”. Very cool. x

    • Jason Notte says:


      Jason Notte from TheStreet here. Mark Levy pointed me your way and thought you might be able to help me out with a quote or two for a story I’m putting together. We’re looking at how unemployment has affected local business and I’m wondering what you’re seeing in Seattle. Are there more people with laptops taking up space at restaurants and coffee houses? Are local businesses helping out with freebies or just trying to make ends meet?

      Let me know if you can help.


  2. Marc Levy says:

    Hi. I am writing because I found your blog while looking for writers to contribute to a project I’m working on as a deputy managing editor for thestreet.com and mainstreet.com, life and money websites based in New York and Boston.

    The new feature, called Voices of MainStreet, features bloggers from around the country answering weekly questions ranging in topic from simple budgeting (How much do you plan to spend on Black Friday?) to municipal issues (Does your downtown have many empty storefronts?) to life (Do people go crazy decorating their homes for the holidays where you live?).

    Might you be interested in being included? Once a week, you would get a question from us to which you would need to respond, maybe about 500 words, with some promptness. We’ll post it to mainstreet.com with a link back to your blog. We get many visitors to the site, so this could be great exposure!

    We hope to start soon, so please let us know as soon as possible if you’re interested.

    Thanks very much for your time. I look forward to hearing from you and enjoyed looking through your site.

    Marc Levy

    Thanks! Look forward to hearing from you!

  3. Peter says:

    Hi April,

    Nice blog! It would be cool to hear more about your travels.


    • Oh my goodness! I didn’t think you’d actually find it! ha ha! So nice to see you here. I had some posts about traveling but I was thinking about it last night and remembered it was on a more personal site that is now not there. However, I have lots to share about travels. I should get on that! Life is never short of things to share 🙂 I’ll let you know when I write that out (which likely be on another site since this blog is about Seattle.Thank you for stopping by!

  4. Lots of my favorite pictures I’ve taken in FL and GA were of cloudy skies. Often there are some gorgeous hues.

  5. I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award: http://wp.me/p1RjNH-BM

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