Weekend in Pictures

our dogwood's first blooms
our dogwood’s first blooms – wow!
daikon
daikon radish blossom – we let them all bolt and while we can’t eat them anymore, we’re loving the beauty they add to the garden so have left them
tulip
i love our tulips – these ones are from bulbs we picked up on our honeymoon in washington 🙂
Spotted tons of trilliums while hiking through Forest Park...love them!
Spotted tons of trilliums while hiking through Forest Park…love them!
As we end out the month, proud to donate a portion of my income to March's selected local nonprofit, The Portland Kitchen! TPK offers free, comprehensive culinary after-school and summer programing to Portland high school youth, age 14-18, whose mission is to empower urban youth to graduate high school with job skills and improved eating habits. I've volunteered with them and have seen first hand the impact they've had, especially with at-risk youth, here in Portland.
As we end out the month, proud to donate a portion of my income to March’s selected local nonprofit, The Portland Kitchen! TPK offers free, comprehensive culinary after-school and summer programing to Portland high school youth, age 14-18, whose mission is to empower urban youth to graduate high school with job skills and improved eating habits. I’ve volunteered with them and have seen first hand the impact they’ve had, especially with at-risk youth, here in Portland.

3 thoughts on “Weekend in Pictures

  1. Aimee, I tried to email this message to you using the last email addy I had for you but it bounced. I thought about you when I discovered the blog Paris to Go (www.paris-to-go.com). The author tries to live sustainably in Paris and shares some of her favorite Parisian places on her blog. Though it might be a good resource for you since lucky you will be going there this year. 🙂
    Have a great week!

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