Tuesday, November 07, 2006

We're in Seattle!

Hello World!

Karen and I made it to Seattle Sunday evening, with no problems or anything. Yesterday, we enjoyed a very full day of classes at Adobe University, and came back to the hotel comparing notes from the classes we each took. We've already learned a ton!

It has rained the whole time we've been here! (Those bright spots in the picture to the left are raindrops on the windshield.) And all my photos are at night, because it's already dark by the time we get out of classes at 5:30.

It stopped raining long enough yesterday evening for us to go "out on the town" and enjoy some shopping. It turns out I can't afford Nordstroms, even on sale. But I bought a "Sleepless in Seattle" winter hat! :)

Oh, and if you've seen the reports of flooding and all that, we haven't seen any flooding, yet. And we're going everywhere on public transportation, and they generally know what they're doing. At least better than we do in a city we don't know!

Anyway, we're heading off to another day of classes. Just wanted to check in and say we made it! More later!

5 comments:

  1. oooo, I'm SO jealous! I love seeing new cities!!

    Have fun, learn lots, come home soon. :)C

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  2. So glad you are having fun and learning so much. stay dry!

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  3. When should we set up a time for a "People who don't get paid to go to fun cities and learn things" InDesign Class? I'd love to see what you learn.

    Are you bringing back souvenirs? And no soggy socks do not count!

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  4. It's Wednesday... and there's actually blue sky here in Seattle.

    Leanna, I am paying myself to be here, and I must say that I sometimes feel gypped because I have to choose between three available sessions. I want ALL the information!! Fortunately, they've provided us a notebook with all the session handouts... but I learn so much better when someone shows me.

    And I've been pumped full of so much information, I can't even tell you what I learned on Monday. Hopefully, I will be able to translate all this into the real working environment.

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