the summer of skirts

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(I promise I won’t just talk about clothes!) Being from Alaska, I never really understood the concept of seasonal wardrobes. Yeah in the summer you wear shorts, and in the winter you wear… Continue reading

where my feet have been

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So obviously it has been a long time since I have written anything, and obviously (well, hopefully it’s obvious!) a lot of stuff has happened since then. I think my last post was… Continue reading

the rest of Portland

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So. Amy. Amy is so so so awesome (and so is her husband Clif!). We got there late Saturday, and spent a while talking to her about our lives and where we are… Continue reading

resolutions

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So here’s the thing. I LOVE making resolutions. I usually make a list of them at the beginning of the year, and yeah I kind of forget about them by the end, but… Continue reading

keep Portland weird

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after Bend, we made a quick stop in Salem to see my friend Mara!! I met Mara in Denmark, but she is from Anchorage and goes to school in Salem (obviously). Then we… Continue reading

Bend!!

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Bend, Oregon is an amazing place. I just need to be up front about that. Sam and I LOVED Bend. This portion of our trip started a little panic-inducing because we had no… Continue reading

A problem (and some pictures)

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So, I have a problem. A white girl, first world problem that isn’t really a problem. My problem is that I am trying to figure out what to do with my life and… Continue reading

Eugenie-weenie

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We went to Eugene to visit the platonic love of my life, Sara! Here is a picture of Sara if you don’t know who she is: Hee hee! She is still going to… Continue reading

Job funk

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I’m going to go ahead and say it, looking for jobs sucks. On this trip a lot of the people we have visited are still in college, and hanging out with them makes… Continue reading

Crater Lake

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I’ve gotten pretty behind in blogging, so who knows how much I can actually remember from this part of the trip, but that’s okay. Anyways, after Ashland we drove to Crater Lake. I… Continue reading