Goodness gracious, what a couple weeks. There is no one place I am supposed to be, no one thing I am supposed to be doing. Instead, I am balancing two hundred tiny—some big—things that all need to happen soon. . . There has been so much fun too! We had a visit from one of my best friend’s daughters, who is almost like a niece and her best friend. I love showing people Portland. It’s such a fun city, that is still sweet and remotely humble; although I don’t know how long that will last. It’s growing a mile a minute!
I’ve managed to fit in walks with my oldest; he prefers cold, rainy-day walks, and most of the time so do I. . .
And then of course there is pre-restaurant work. Silly little things like pealing off the old tenant’s lettering on the door. . .
To more dramatic things like painting with the Paiku dudes . . .
Lastly, back at home, the fury family members never cease to be hilarious. I have way too many pictures on my phone of one snorty creature or another. . .
Happy mid-January to everyone!