Late last Monday afternoon, following a harrowing night trying to sleep in the Athens airport, a total of thirteen hours in flight, one layover, U.S. customs, and our first ever ride on Seattle's new light rail, Michael and I arrived back home.
Determined to stay awake until a decent bedtime, we headed out for groceries at Costco. The car radio was tuned to KEXP, and within ten seconds the opening strains of the Zombies' "Time of the Season" came over the airwaves.
Which just so happens to be the song that was running through my head as our last flight made its way to Seattle.
Which proves that the DJs at KEXP are not only capable of spinning a great mix, but are also psychic.
Hey, Seattle, it's great to be home.