Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
Ask if you want to know. :)
What do you love about Portland?
Culture, diversity, food, music, recreational options, family friendly, green friendly, animal friendly, and it's an easy drive/walk to just about anything...mountains, ocean, rivers, hiking trails, coffee shops, bookstores...you name it! :) Great state to live in! Oh..and I LOVE all of the bridges!!
Very eclectic, I like just about anything from Black Sabbath to Nancy Griffith, two of my all time favorites.
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Hi Kelli, thanks for your note. We moved our baby to her own room last month. It has been going well; she sleeps from 8:00 to 5:30 a.m., so I feel very lucky! When did you start introducing "people food"? How did that go?
i'm actually a licensed massage therapist. i'm here to heal! i work at dosha on 23rd & glisan, right by trader joes.
my wife is awesome! she makes me feel real, as well as being one of the most brilliant & beautiful human beings that i know!
have a great day
Hey, those sound like great groups! I think the Moms one would really take off. Let me know if you want to start it, or if you would like me to create it--do you have any photos you would like used for the group image?
Cooking-- love it! That's my new cookbook- a Christmas present. I was cooking on St Paddy's day and did my best at some Colcannon...;-) I see you joined the PdxKitchen group- awesome! Lets see what we can cook up (har, har...pardon the horrific pun!)
And yeah...Sabbath! I love to play some Sabbath and play pool in my basement...I am truly a truly dangerous billiards player when playing Sabbath!
Well Hello, Keilli of Westmoreland, thanks for dropping by! We are adding tons of new stuff to these new pages, so be sure to check back. I think a pet friendly group is in the works, as well as some more "Portland outdoor activities" groups - so maybe we can meet one day and say hello. Have a great weekend!
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