Lotsa great memories, D-Rose. Good luck with the next phase...
A Queen from the East Coast going West? Is it the 1860's - again? Hudson River Days? Or just a new beginning? A vast new wilderness awaits your taming and we stay back, in the safety of this City, and watch from a far. A postcard? Status update? Anything to let us know that you're still in charge and the great North West has just gotten a jolt stronger than any cup of coffee they serve- D Rosa now calls you home and it'll never be the same! Make our city proud! Have fun with it all and never be a stranger, ever.
Wait, you guys fart when I'm not around?Thanks for the kind words mis amigos! All my great copilot memories will be repeated countless times on this week's road trip and any time I got a sympathetic passenger's ear. I promise to rep Queens (and BK) mad hard. Bring the hustle and the bustle of the big city and never let my heartbeat go below that of a traffic goon's during morning rush hour. xx
Bye, dude. I'm glad you'll be the first PR in the Pacific Northwest. I imagine things for you there will be a lot like "Fresh Prince of Bel Aire," except it's an entirely different set of circumstances, people, and places. But isn't your friend Max basically like your Jazzy Jeff? And most Seattlites are like Carlton.
You owe it to us to be stressed out and honking your horn by 9am every weekday morning, no matter what the traffic situation is in Seattle.In return, we will eat cupcakes.
Damn, everyone else said much cooler stuff than I did. Ok, how about- You were a ray of full spectrum light escaping from the 22 foot climate controlled black hole. Ah, who am I kiddin'...
... a rainbow of a reefer unit.Oh, and you have to report on the Seattle boxtruck scene, which I suspect is limp at best.