For the Fall (September), I'm looking to share housing. I prefer to live in Tabor or Sellwood. I will consider other Southeast locations, too, though.
About me: I mainly care about gardening and adult communication. This means that I will be very happy and content with outdoor ground space in which I can tinker and putter with plants, soil, water, and mulch. It also means that I am looking for housemates who understand how to communicate without being passive-aggressive. These two things are very important to me. The latter might sound like basic stuff but I've been surprised how some people just don't know how to communicate like sensible adults.
Other than that, I'm pretty mellow and like to listen to music and hang out with my boyfriend, be on my computer and watch movies, craft and sew, do artwork, be outside, and chill out. I go to festivals and parties regularly, too. I'm friendly to all personal choices that do not involve drug or people/animal/environment abuse. I work in an environmental office and as a landscape designer. I sing and dance on a Vaudeville troupe and plan to learn to play electric guitar and other instruments, but I would keep the amp volume tolerable of course or use headphones.
I want a nonsmoking home. I prefer a house but it could be a ground-level apartment or duplex with a yard. I'm looking to move in around September or October. I am posting now so that I can find a suitable home, and that also will allow for a lot of flexibility if you're not currently in an established space yet, too, and it means I'll be available if the new housemate you choose during that time doesn't work out and you need to go back to your search.
I have a cat. He is well-behaved and approachable.
So that's me; what about you?
The Art Co-operative will make a splash into August at the First Thursday Art Walk between 4-6 p.m. on August 2, 2018. Many of the member artists will be present to talk about their latest works and will encourage visitors to express their own creativity by painting a ceramic bisque-fired bowl. Georgie's Ceramic & Clay is sponsoring by providing the raw clay and the rest will be supplied by the Co-op. Once glazed, the bowls will be fired and available for $10 with all proceeds going to…See More
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Join us for a morning filled with fun activities and giveaways. You’ll have a chance to meet your local health and wellness advocates and participate in games such as ‘Guess Your Muscle Asymmetry’ and ‘Test Your Strength’! This family-friendly activity will have multiple raffles including prizes for yoga, barre and indoor cycling from your favorite studios.See More
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Come to Pairings Portland Wine Shop & Bar June 20 for Nerd Communion, where Portland’s premier award-winning nerdy podcast, Geek in the City, will host a wine tasting and record a live episode of the podcast at 7:00 pm! Just $30 to taste nine wines--three paired to Aaron Duran—also local writer of the La Brujeria comic book series and Welcome to Grizzlydale YA novels—Kaebel Hashitani—who perfectly portrayed Sulu in Portland’s late, lamented Trek in the Park—and Denise Espinoza—an inspiring…See More