title: the weekend of may 6th
chapter one: what friday morning looks like when you work from home
i'm not sugarcoating anything here. sometimes it just takes forever to get a bra on:
chapter two: as if you needed more proof that the sharkdog is a turd
here is exhibit a:
and exhibit b:
chapter three: when that bra finally gets put on, "running errands" means going to the cupcakery
i left the gluten free haven with a baked maple donut, a peanut butter choco cup, and my fave, the hot chocolate:
chapter four: for your enjoyment, a day in the life of my iphone
apparently, alissa and i like to sass each other with pictures of the dogs doing the dump:
and shannon and i like to converse via quotes from talladega nights:
chapter five: the burger. THE. burger.
the jalapeño cheddar bacon mushroom burger. with a side of corn on the cob.
chapter six: the burgerville.
usually i leave this place feeling like a gas bubble for the rest of the day.
but breakfast proved to be different. especially when Turd lets me get a vanilla cone on the way out. at 11 a.m.
chapter seven: when the weather is nice, that means we go to the zoo.
meet my favorite black bear. doing exactly what it looks like he's doing.
seriously, no shame, this one. this isn't the first time i've caught him doing this:
and then he's spent:
meet coco, the matriarch of the chimpanzees. the wisest lady, ever. always pondering:
this is coco's daughter cradling her mickey mouse stuffed animal during nap time.
she also picked her butt and then put her finger in her mouth. twice.
and the pregnant mama and her baby sam:
chapter eight: zupan's. that dangerous place down the street.
with it's amazing clam chowda:
and quite possibly the best garlic bread i've ever had:
chapter nine: gelato. meet raspberry on top and grapefruit on the bottom:
chapter ten: sunday morning. and the look.
the one that says, "get up and feed me":
chapter eleven: just some caprese salad eye candy:
chapter twelve: an afternoon down on the waterfront in downtown portland at the saturday market:
and the waterfront: