ISSUE #10: Summer 2016
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children” – Chief Sealth (Chief Seattle)
Home, it is both concrete and evolving. It can be a place, it can be a person and it can be a feeling. If you’re lucky, like us, it is all three.
Courtney and I are fortunate to call Seattle our home. To us, Seattle is more than just the physical city we live in, it is a spirit. It is a place where rugged entrepreneurialism conquered an unforgiveable landscape; where science and sustainability walk hand-in-hand and where people engage with one another and with nature.
In a time of unprecedented growth with new businesses and people, we are watching our city transform before our eyes. We are raising our daughter in this ever-changing Seattle and we hope that one day, she will come to call this place home as much as her mother and I do. But for that to happen, we know we have to be active participants in our community, shaping the path of its future with new ideas by incorporating the best of who we are and what we want to become.