Stevie Askew, a worker at Sea of Green Farms, packs recreational marijuana into blunts on Tuesday, July 1, in preparations for Washington pot stores' legal recreational that begin Tuesday, July 8. The grower, the first business licensed to grow recreational marijuana in Washington state, worked all weekend to have supplies ready for stores that were expected to be granted sale licenses on Monday. (Ted S. Warren, The Associated Press)

A shout out to 20 people who made Washington’s pot debut memorable

11. The people looking ahead to the employment issues that will surely follow:

12. The people who ate the free lunch we joked about earlier:

13. The people who are having fun with Washington trivia:

14. The people who bring their babies to buy weed:

15. The people who are cheese snobs, not cannabis snobs:

16. The people fulfilling life goals:

17. The people celebrating legal marijuana in Washington — and Colorado:

18. The people who still can’t believe there’s only one retail pot shop open right now in Seattle:

19. The people who are still watching World Cup matches, despite the smoky haze around them:

20. The people who work for the city of Seattle — like City Attorney Pete Holmes — and still bought weed for “personal enjoyment when it’s appropriate:”