welcome spring!

May 4, 2007 at 2:20 am | Posted in this and that | 1 Comment

posted by sandra.

in the time between my posts, i often think of ideas for posts (which obviously don’t usually manifest into an actual post). one of those posts that i’ve often thought about (and actually started a few times) was a formal welcome to spring. admist the dreary, wet, and cold days of late have been a few wonderfully sunny and fresh days. those days have ushered in the true signs of spring — daffodils, tulips, and trees in bloom, birds and squirrels searching for food, and the sight of skirts and sandals.

frank and i have been enjoying the season whenever we can. first we spent a few hours at portland’s waterfront taking our (soon to be revealed) engagement photos and walking among the blossoming cherry trees. then we travelled north to woodland’s annual tulip festival to enjoy their colorful fields.

i’m also excited about other “newness” in my life. on saturday i graduate (finally!) from graduate school after earning my new degree. hopefully (cross your fingers) a new job will soon follow. it won’t be too long until i move into a new home — we’re looking for a cute bungalow in se portland. but the most exciting of all (and the biggest change) will be our new marriage (only 103 days to go – wow!) it’s both strange and wonderful to think of how different my life will be in just four months.
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  1. Hey there! I can’t wait to be there either.

    Good luck with SE. I lived in Foster-Powell for a while (a good part of it) and liked it.


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