Sunday, dinner in Tacoma.
Midweek, some hydrangeas.
Today I passed a guy on the street and thought, "Where do I know him from?" By the time he got to the other side, I realized that he's Seattle City Councilmember David Della, the one who seems to be running on the platform that he grew up on Beacon Hill. Personally, je ne give a damn pas.
Tonight, a friend's house on Capitol Hill.
She just got back from Chicago and brought a bunch of cicadas, which only come around every seven years, apparently.
The family down the street has a political sign for Tim Burgess, Della's opponent. I asked the guy if I could take a picture of his sign (for a future "Ceanothus lovers for Tim Burgess" photographic series perhaps?), but he said the sign wasn't his. Oh, shame on the Burgess campaign for planting signs in front of people's houses like that. (Yes, city property, but under their care.)
Update 7/28/07: I contacted Tim Burgess and asked him if he condoned the placement of signs in front of people's property without their permission. He said he most definitely does not, and he doesn't know how this sign got there. I asked him some other questions too, and I need to think about his responses (which were admirably prompt).