April 20, 2010

Something is better than nothing…

Turns out packing is a ton of work!  Hah, every time I move I forget how long it takes… so I don’t have any time to do any real blog posts for this week and next, sorry!  My brother is coming up from LA tomorrow (yay!) to go to Bridgetown Comedy Festival this weekend, which we are also going to (yay again!) and then official moving day is Wednesday, a week from tomorrow!

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So, I did this silly threes thing (below) that Kimya Dawson had on her blog, just to put something up here… I hate having an empty blog for too long, soooo, I’m going to copy something Cosy did awhile ago:

Ask me questions! Big or small, about anything, here in the comments.  Hopefully, I’ll be able to find bits of time between all the excitement in the next couple weeks to do blog posts every few days answering them!  Big questions that will require photos or more time will be saved for later, so ask anything you want me to talk about… Hopefully I’ll get a few fun posts out of it!

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Three names I go by:
1. Lee
2. leethal
3. Lee Anne (but only my grandparents)

Three jobs I have had:
1. college radio operations manager, and DJ
2. counterperson at local pizza place, in high school
3. college theater stage crew

Three places I have lived:
1. San Diego (Hillcrest neighborhood)
2. Long Beach, CA
3. England, University of Sussex campus

Three favorite drinks:
1. coffee with soy milk
2. beer
3. orange juice with pulp

Three TV shows I watch:
1. 30 Rock
2. Parks & Recreation
3. Glee

Three places I have been:
1. Scotland
2. New York
3. Wisconsin

Three places I would like to visit:
1. Chicago
2. Canada
3. Ireland

Three favorite old TV shows:
1. My So-Called Life
2. Mary Tyler Moore
3. Buffy

Three favorite dishes:
1. The Loaded Bowl at Jam, with tofu and black beans added
2. Mac and Cheese at Hedge House
3. Drunken Noodles with tofu

Three makeup/beauty products I cannot live without:
1. face scrub
2. wee bit of moisturizer
3. baking soda (for hair)

Three things I’m looking forward to:
1. after we’re all moved in to the house!
2. Summit of Awesome
3. Bridgetown Comedy Festival

Filed under: personal,portland stuff — leethal @ 8:03 pm
  • How did you come to love the color orange?

    -fellow lover of all things orange

  • Kieran

    Was packing your yarn stash, fabric stash and craft supply stash more work than packing all your our household stuff?

  • rumplestiltskin82

    What other blogs do you read?

  • I'm with you on the drunken noodles with tofu. Yum. With egg, please. Where is your favorite place to get it in Portland?

  • MiA

    Hm.. baking soda for the hair ?!
    What for? Now I'm really curious :)

  • beckysews

    So, you live in Portland? Do you know my friend Pam of http://fasterkittykill.blogspot.com/*? She used to live here in Chapel Hill, NC but we didn't meet until a few months ago.

    Are you moving away from Portland or just around town?

    *Surely Portland isn't so big that all you cool folks don't know each other? ;-) heehee

  • I'm totally with you on the baking soda for hair thing.

    My question, where do you like to find inspiration?

  • I am curious about the baking soda for hair too.

    How about three favorite types of yarn to use?

    Three favorite vintage items?

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  • Lee

    Our only Portland thai place is Pad Thai Kitchen on Belmont, mostly because no one has recommended anything else to us, so we just keep going there – good but not amazing or anything… http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/Locatio

    Are you in Portland? We are definitely open to trying new places – where do you go?

  • Lee

    click the link ;)

    ( http://1greengeneration.elementsintime.com/?p=935 ) she explains it pretty well, but I'll do a whole post about it if you want more…

  • Lee

    haha nope I don't know her ;)

    Definitely staying in Portland – we moved about 40 blocks down our same street! Still in southeast, just a bit further east, where we could afford a house.

  • Yes, I've been in Portland for 4 years (just), and the best Pad Kee Mow for me, so far, is the Thai Go in the Pioneer Place Mall food court, I'm embarrassed to say. But then, I'm a cheapskate, so I haven't been to many expensive places.

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