Happy Earth Day
Easter Sunday Hiking in the Columbia River Gorge (in order):
thankfully I never had issues with figuring out a tag for posts like this
"My wife and met online on a blogging site and were flirting with each other in comments and things, and then we first met up in person under the marquee at The Roseland. I eventually proposed to her there. We had plans to meet up that day and were coming from opposite parts of town so I casually, was like ‘Let’s meet outside The Roseland, It’s pretty central.’ I had coordinated ahead of time with them to put ‘Jenni, will you marry me?’ on the marquee. When she saw it, she just kept saying, ‘Oh my God, what are you doing?! What are you doing? Oh my God!’ and I was like, ‘Jenni, be quiet for a second, I have some things to say to you.’”
I met up with Briana of humans-of-pdx for a bit yesterday. She’s an incredibly talented, driven, and sweet person. We talked for an hour about photography and doing art for the sake of joy and self-fulfillment. I think her Humans of PDX project is super important for every community. Especially one like Portland that preaches acceptance but doesn’t always practice it. I’m glad her takeaway from our conversation was about that time I told Jenni to STFU under the Roseland Theater marquee so I could ask her to marry me.
WEST COAST. http://lanadel.re/WESTCOAST
I could probably save myself a lot of money if I just unfollowed everydaycarry and all of the other EDC and knifeporn blogs.
Why do I always get caught up in the expensive hobbies? Dat stainless steel. Dat curve. Dat swing action. I’m a little in love.
Mount Hood during last week’s unbelievable weather here in Portland