Hello dear readers. I’ve had a special request to share some DIY beauty tips, so I wanted to take that opportunity to share my journey of mind, hair, and skin.
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For this craft project, I put together a care package for my long-time BFF who is completing her law degree and graduating in May. Law school isn’t an easy road, so I sent along some treats to help her through finals week. A big jar full of homemade chocolate chip cookies and a box of local tea sachets should do the trick.
When you’re far from friends who you still retain a deep friendship with, you don’t really need constant reminders of how special your friendship is, but it never hurts to sometimes show it. ;)
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One year ago today we brought home Findlay, our furry, pointy-eared “child.” I wrote then about the first few things he was good at and enjoyed doing. I will give you an update of some of the things Findlay likes and knows how to do now.
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This just in! Our friends in Rochester have shrunk themselves down to toy size in order to say this:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LINZI!!
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Happy Birthday, Linzi! You just spent a weekend in Portland with Laura, Sean, and Findlay. But did you know, you also spent your birthday weekend with a lot of other friends?!
Here’s what you were doing….
Hello friends! Last Friday Sean and I attended a great event in Portland called sketchXchange. The evening featured a talk by local badass designers and illustrators Jolby and Friends, a peek inside their personal sketchbooks and at some of their latest work, and a chance to chat with other attendees while drawing in sketchbooks and sipping brews. This was the very first event of its kind in Portland, Sean and I were lucky enough to score 2 of 25 free tickets to the intimate event!
I took advantage of having half a day off and a somewhat sunny afternoon to bike along Portland’s Springwater Corridor. The Corridor is a paved and maintained multi-use path that winds through 20 miles of metropolitan Portland, connecting the city to neighboring suburbs. It is a portion of the “40 Mile Loop,” an ambitious and partially completed greenway connecting more than thirty city parks.
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