United State’s First Food Forest: Going Back to Our Roots?

The first time I heard about this, I was walking around Capitol Hill’s infamous Volunteer Park. “What do you mean by an all edible garden? The leaves, everything?” I had never heard of such an idea before. It seemed to me, a naive person about what you can and cannot eat in the forest, that … Continue reading

Seattle’s Town Hall: Daniel Brook & Peter Blair Henry

A few weeks ago, I was listening to an NPR segment discussing Leopold somebody. Alright, I was half listening. The story teller mentioned that lectures were the entertainment back in the day. Instead of movies, Twitter, Facebook, T.V., etc. A light bulb went off. For as much as I love discussion, for the life of … Continue reading

Goodbye, Bill

It is always very, very difficult when a loved one passes away.This morning, I heard my friend Bill committed suicide Sunday evening.To say it was an enormous shock is to say very little. All of us, his family, friends, coworkers.. We really love him.Because he wasn’t just funny, he wasn’t just witty.He made our days … Continue reading

Party Like It’s Mumbai (Happy Independence Day, India!)

Quite a bit has been going on here in the Little Seattle Ob’s world! It’s been an awesome summer (enjoying my pool) with friends (lots of parties) and with so many things to do it’s a wonder I get any time to sleep. Tonight, I’m definitely not going to get any because for the first … Continue reading

Before Bed: Molly Moon’s Ice Cream

Okay.. I’ve gotta ask. Who is reading the Little Seattle Observationist in Pakistan!!??? I am kind of geeking out because.. well I think it’s awesome when people connect all over the world. So please! Say something!!! Hello! If you were not aware, Molly Moon’s Ice Cream is hands down the  best ice cream I’ve ever … Continue reading

Pine and Melrose Building Bought by Madison Development Group

This is very bad news, folks. Let me first say, I’m a huge supporter of updating buildings and progressing but I do not understand how this could possibly be progressing in any way, shape, or form. Many people are already outraged. I’m pretty shocked to read the news today. Perhaps this wouldn’t be so devastating … Continue reading

My Favorite Capitol Hill Businesses

Hey Seattlites and Seattle-lovers! It’s been a while, I know. So much goes on within the first of the year + moving back to Capitol Hill? Yes, I was a busy girl and still am. Oh, how I missed you. I’m glad to be back. I live so close to all my favorite spots! Bauhaus … Continue reading

Welcome the New Year: Dancing and Diving

Oh man!! What a way to bring in the new year with a packed crowd in Columbia City Theatre all dancing to Bollywood music!! We had a blast; even as humid as it was in there with all those sweaty bodies. Now for tomorrow: who is brave enough & crazy enough to jump in Lake … Continue reading

I Know Starbucks is Not an Anti-Gay, Homophobic Company (by Policy)…. BUT…

I Know Starbucks is Not an Anti-Gay, Homophobic Company (by Policy)…. BUT….


I apologize for the blog overhaul I’m doing right now. I want to spiff it up. Time for a little cleaning. Thanks for your patience 🙂