She’s eight years younger than me, a medical assistant, has a dog, has gorgeous red hair, was the most adorable toddler ever on the planet. We are very different, but after spending time with her I realize we share many facial characteristics. It’s cool to catch my reflection once in awhile and be reminded of her. Sarah, visit again soon!
More Portland Eats. I took Sarah to the March Portland Modern Quilt Guild meeting (which ended up not to be her cup-of-tea) and before we grabbed some eats at Laughing Planet. You’re looking at Spanky’s Bowl and a delicious oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. I could eat this meal every day. Fresh, filling and colorful. (Amber, this has got to be our monthly pre-meeting spot!).
Friday night we took a stab at a cork project I found on Pinterest. We got the wooden letters from JoAnn’s. I think in this case serif is better.
After the zoo the six of us (we were joined by two of Sarah and Brady’s buddies from high school) headed to Helvetia Tavern in Hillsboro. If you want a burger with secret sauce and home cut fires go here. It’s perfectly small—nestled in the country.
We said our good byes in the parking lot and the early twenty-somethings we’re off to celebrate St. Patty’s Day. Ethan and I went home to figure out what to do about this situation: