Monthly Archives: October 2010

Happy birthday to Pollyanna’s momma!

I was born a mere twenty-three days prior to my mom’s thirty-fifth birthday.  I’m sure that all of my crapping and crying made for a wonderful birthday celebration. Twenty-five years later and my mom is still putting up with a … Continue reading

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Cinnamon scented non functional cleaning tools

My life is one big justification.  I worked twelve hours today and therefore I can eat a barrel of cookies.  The power was out this morning and therefore I needed a triple tall soy latte from Starbucks.  I work really … Continue reading

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Owls on my pjs.

I really hate dislike Sundays (Horatio is trying to break me of my “I hate” habit).  From the moment that I wake up I am reminded that I have five days of work ahead of me… work that I’m NEVER … Continue reading

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Fall Harvesting

Fall is by far my favorite time of year.  When we were moving here I was deeply concerned that I would no longer have the pleasure of experiencing the fall season.  I was so wrong.  There is for sure a … Continue reading

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The three Ds of Portland

I bet you don’t know the three Ds of Portland. Drag queens. Doughnuts. Dog shows. Ok, you might have known the doughnuts part. While in Portland my friend Kelley experienced all three. Kelley thinks that this picture makes it look … Continue reading

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Goodbye to my desperate attempt at cool.

In the history of Portland Pollyanna I’ve said goodbye to many things. My car. My most favorite outfit of all time. My apartment. Friends.  Katie just sent me some cupcakes.  Bless her. Indiana. All of those goodbyes were, without a … Continue reading

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I DESERVE that doughnut!

For the past month, I have found myself standing in line at Voodoo Doughnut at odd hours on Friday nights.  Three out of those four times I was alone.  Am I ashamed?  Far from it. Every Friday I meet my … Continue reading

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