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Saturday, March 10, 2007


Today's Oregonian had a special magazine supplement about living in the Pearl District, an area of massive development in the last several years here in the PRP. It started out as an artist-y, industrial place, with some quirky shops, some warehouses converted to loft apartments, and quite a bit of industry (the Henry Weinhard's brewery, and multiple--get this--ball-bearing establishments). We used to live there before Number One was born, in a loft apartment in a converted pharmaceuticals warehouse. In the last few years, the neighborhood has changed dramatically, with tons of new condo and apartment buildings, lots of retail establishments, and more restaurants, not to mention the building of the Portland Streetcar.

Anyway, in an article about where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, I read, "St. Patrick's Day falls on March 17 this year." !?!?!?! Does it ever not? Rrr.



Blogger Hevansrich said...

if it ever falls on a Sunday, then Utah might try to change its date. Just so they could celebrate.

ps for those of you who know/knew her in NY, Catherine Edwards has an article in this months ENSIGN about still being a single, older LDS gal. I was wishing she would name names. :-)

March 12, 2007 at 3:20 PM  

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