Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland South/Lake Oswego
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... moment to enjoy as we go about our daily lives.
I've starting taking pictures of these pieces of art to share here. I will add new pictures when I can. Some of the artwork is permanent; some are rotating pieces on loan from the artists.
I will provide as much information about the artwork as I can.
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... Suzi and I attended the Body, Mind and Spirit Expo in Portland, where one of her good friends was a guest speaker. While at the Expo we received sad news that sister Jannie has terminal lung cancer with only 3 to 6 months left. So we immediately left for St Vincent's Hospital to visit with Jannie and family.
On Monday, I had a follow up visit to the VA for my prostate cancer. I received really good news that my prostate gases are ...
... Portland we drove around in circles to try and get a parking spot. This was a little frustrating as when a park would open in front of me, I’d edge forward to do a reverse parallel park. And the sod behind me would also edge forward, which prevents me from reversing! And to add insult to injury, he didn’t even want the parking space, he was just being inattentive.
After finding a parking spot, actually quite close to where we ...
... Voodoo Doughnuts is a brightly coloured and quirky doughnut shop, and the line outside is always about an hour wait. They serve all sort of concoctions including the "Texas Big-Ass Doughnut", about 3 feet wide, featured on the TV show. We went for a Maple Bacon doughnut (I hated myself for loving it) and a collection of three called "The Rapper's Delight". This featured the Marshall Mathers (covered in M'n'Ms...), the Puff Daddy (cinnamon sugar, ...
... I feel I'm at least more of a traveler than many others.
As I've said before, my kid is not such as easy traveler. I've always said 'so what' and let him be himself, knowing there was always hope that he'd grow into travel later on. I've seen it happen, so all hope is not lost!
This article reminded me though that travel is not just about the fun of going as much as the perspective gained of the world outside one's own home locale. There is ...