are not built for speed!
yesterday morning porter and i set out for a walk through gabriel park
i’d like to be able to say it was a nice bit of exercise, but with this person on board…
i’d say it’s more of a… meander!?!? it was still a good walk though, and we got home just in time to meet the plumber, who was a jerk and told us we needed all new pipes and good luck asking our home warranty to cover it.
ok then.. nice having you… BYE!
luckily my college friend ash came by shortly after that with her cute Cute CUTE daughter london!
london proceeded, at 18 months old, to operate my iPhone…
i mean, she was actually working the iPhone… london could unlock the phone, then she would open an application. ashlee would say, “close it” and london knew the button to hit to close the application she had open. then ashlee says, “where are the photos” and london scrolls over, and hits the icon for my photos! HILARIOUS!
seeing ash always makes me happy… and london is SO cute!! she pretty much has the blondest hair i’ve ever seen!
after they left anne and i made our way cleeeeeeear to the other side of portland to meet JR and Nikki at a local store to check out some flooring and tile for home projects.
JR was up to his usual antics…
we just looked around, no decisions were made. i do kind of think these bubble tiles would be fun for a backsplash though…
we also had to go to home depot and the grocery store, so we stopped by the house to scoop up fuzzy… home depot is good for socialization for the pup (he’s always a big hit!)
porter was super excited to ride in the car…
we cruised through uwajimaya (if you live in portland and don’t shop here, knock it off! go check it out!)
we decided to throw together an udon dinner
it was simple, but SO good
*rock shrimp (uwajimaya has such good fresh seafood)
*sauce was really basic… miso paste mixed with a little water, tamari, garlic
we capped off the night with a movie and a little bottle of sparkling sake we also snagged at uwajimaya
if you live around here and haven’t yet discovered sake… knock it off!
make the trip to sake one in forest grove. they are SO nice, knowledgeable, and you’ll be surprised how good sake can be!
i’ll leave you with a little apology… for my craptastic photos as of late. as you may recall, my sister dumped an entire pomtini all over my little camera, and i’m still a little shy when it comes to hauling my bigger but superior camera around with me. after seeing the above display though, i promise to cut it out with the iPhone photos (at least for the most part)!!