What I’ve Been Up To Lately

I am pretty sure that the clocks in my apartment are working against me – making time pass quicker than normal. No matter how much I try to stretch out my days, darkness swallows Portland by 5 PM and my productivity levels drop. I’ve been busy though! Here are some highlights:

Tim and I went to watch a cyclo-cross race a few weeks ago (at the farm where we pick berries in the summertime). I am always amazed at the abilities of these riders. I especially love watching the women riders – they kick some serious butt!

Thanksgiving is often a quiet affair – just Tim and I at our apartment cooking and eating together (just like every other day!). This year, we stayed with our friends in Seattle and made a magnificent feast that left all of us too stuffed to do much more than play games and watch movies. Oh, and we squeezed in some time for breakfast at Mighty O Donuts (can’t live without ‘em!). We have actually contemplated moving to Seattle – I just need to find a job first…

I spent a majority of this past week cutting out hundreds of little red hearts and a considerable number of teal-colored cats. What for? I was asked to design some cards for the Teal Cat Project website! The proceeds from these cards will go directly to House of Dreams, a cat rescue shelter in Portland, OR. These cards are perfect for the holidays. Please consider purchasing some cards and helping some kitties who need extra love! I’ve also been updating my Etsy shop with new cards!

Tim and I took a road trip into central Oregon today and inhaled our fair share of waterfalls, rolling hills, and mountains. The sun was shining all day and we enjoyed a picnic lunch amongst curious birds and the sound of rushing water.

Lastly, I am working on writing a small cookzine with about 25 vegan recipes. I don’t know when it will be available yet, but I will be sure to let you know!

Hope all of you are enjoying the first week of December so far!

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5 thoughts on “What I’ve Been Up To Lately

  1. Oooh that waterfall is beautiful! Where is that picture taken? The cards are adorable! I love the Teal Cat Project. I’m sure those pretty cards will raise some good donations for the kitties!

  2. Wow! That waterfall photograph is stunning. It’s making me think that I’m due for a trip to Central Oregon.

    I’ve also been cursing the darkening sky at 4:30! It makes food photography so hard!

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