It was inevitable that sooner or later I’d end up nosing about the old neighborhood of Irvington in Portland. We moved into woodsy ex-burbs on 1st of March; it’s not as if we’ve been gone ages. But when an appointment took me back and weather cleared plus I had time, of course I was going to check out a proliferation of new blossoms among old sights. I expect more within a month or two and will return. In our new digs we have greater vistas and different plant life as we are higher, nearer mountain foothills– but with fewer flowers, so far.
Hope you enjoy absorbing the sights, as I certainly did (though I am still pleased with our move).
All photos ©Cynthia Guenther Richardson 2019
If you made it to the bottom, a PS: our youngest daughter is delivering twins next Tuesday, so I may be absent a couple of days–unless I post Monday. But I will be busier than ever after this so writing may be less of quantity but, hopefully, still retain some decent quality. And to say I am excited about the additions to our family may be a true understatement…! I will share some of those new experiences.
2 thoughts on “Friday’s Quick Pick/Photos: A Peek into My Old Neighborhood”
I’m pleased this beauty hasn’t put you off your move. I hope all goes well with the twins
Thank you, Derrick–all kinds of beauty in this world, of course–thankfully so….and I appreciate your good will and wishes!