Day 3515: I like this place in Oregon

Yesterday, when I saw this on a bulletin board at the beautiful Chinese Garden in Portland, Oregon …

… I said to my dear friend Maria, “That’s the title of tomorrow’s blog.”

I like many places in Oregon too, especially when I am surrounded by lovely people and animals in Portland and also — from a distance — lovely people and animals in Boston and on social media.

What places do you like in today’s post?

I like this place in Oregon and I like that Michael sent me photos of the Daily Bitch Calendar I forgot to pack back in Boston.

I like this place in every day’s blog post when I express gratitude for all those I like, including YOU.

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14 thoughts on “Day 3515: I like this place in Oregon

  1. How do I deal with uncertainty? I’m not sure!

  2. I’ve never been to Portland yet but I hope to go someday. Off the top of my head I can think of three TV shows set in Portland: Hello Larry, Portlandia, and Grimm, and yet none of them captured what a beautiful place it is. I can see why you and Maria like it.

  3. I like that place in Oregon, too! How beautiful! And you are there for Rhodo season! (It is Rhodo season here, too.)

    Also, I am glad that you were able to visit online with Joan and Harley.

  4. this looks like I would like Oregon too! who could resist?!

  5. Thank you for sharing these lovely places in Oregon, Ann! FYI, I try to get Ellie on on my FT sessions with my dear wife Karen, holding up the phone and telling her to talk to Flat Mom.

  6. Love all those flowering trees! I like that place, too. Dealing with uncertainty? Embrace it. Life is full of them!!

  7. I love Oregon, and I enjoyed your photos! I think the smiles in your photos tell the story!

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