the trifecta of bliss is your best friend, one of your favorite cities, and your favorite camera/film combination. I’m so thankful for the time I had to spend in Portland before school started up again. And boy did school start up again with a vengeance. I’m getting really excited about the projects i have up my sleeve and the opportunities I’m seeking. It’s going to be a great year, and I’ll try and keep you in the loop. 🙂
-Kassie’s radio show made me feel like a real cool cat. mostly cause kassie is a kool kat, so i pretend to be one by association-Even the walk to the city was saturated with beautiful greenery EVERYWHERE. i seriously adored it.-I can’t stop thinking about two things, Salt and Straw ice cream, and Por Que No. I could eat both for every meal until i die a happy gluttonous death.-and finally these girls. they are some of my very flavorites. Tonya is seriously the most rad of the rad, please check out her blog if you haven’t already.
so i moved into my new place, buuuut we don’t have internet yet. and someone thought it would be a good idea to have us move in the day before labor day weekend… so we’ve been internetless and hot water less for three days now. Its quite the fight for survival… Anyways I’m sitting at starbucks trying to edit the rest of my portland pictures before school sneaks up on me and pushes them to the back of my mind–cause i know it will. First, here are a few more pictures from the coast:
Hey friends, I made a quick Video of my Monday in Portland, My best friend is a DJ so she let me play some tunes, and i felt like a regular bad-A. Then we stuffed our faces with some of the best fries i’ve ever eaten and hands down the best ice cream i’ve ever eaten. i mean guys, the flavor was honey lavender. I MEAN COME ON. I could live in portland, but I’d probably become obese. though i’d probably be fine with it. Today i move into my cute little house.
Dear future husband, i only request that you propose to me on the oregon coast, more specifically hug point. I wish i could explain how beautiful the coast was on sunday. I can only describe it as magical. I’ve added a extended camping trip on the oregon coast to my bucketlist, because i simply must go back. It’s one of those places that just makes you feel like everything is okay. And for those few hours, no matter how much crap you seem to be going through, everything is. I like my beaches cloudy, soaked with soft light and soft colors, so i suppose you could say i was in heaven. Also, if you’re ever at cannon beach, stop by Sleepy Monk to get something warm to drink but also to get yourself a rosemary bagel with sun-dried tomato cream cheese because it will most certainly change your life. i’m still dreaming of it, […]