These first two are from the Meet and Greet I posted about last time. This is Charlotte Barnard, Deputy Editor of Country Living Magazine on the left and Jona of Fabritopia I've actually met and chatted with Charlotte a couple other times and emailed Jona before, so I wasn't just running around hugging people. Not that I'm beyond hugging strangers, but it was just so much darn fun to all be together in one place that I was filled with warm fuzzies and hugs for all. I had a lovely chat with Donna Wilder. She was actually instramental in encouraging me quite awhile back to submit fabric designs.
Right across the street from the Oba Restaurante were two shops I just had to tell you about. Oblation was irresistible. We made a purchase or two! I took a shot of the storefront as well.
Two doors away is Cielo Home. Incredibly wonderful store filled with home and garden treasures. There were so many lovely shops and restaurants in the Pearl District that we went back several times to shop and dine.
I couldn't be in Portland without finally meeting my web designer in person! Ron and I have spent hours on the phone and emailing for almost a year. He's the huge talent behind the makeover of my Paula Prass and mimi's collection websites. Meeting up with him was one of the highlights of a wonderful trip in every way.
I love Country Living mag - what fun to meet the editor!ReplyDelete
Love those shops you shared! I must visit them!I have alot of family in Oregon... so...
They will both be a must on my next visit!
Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog:)
your visit looks like so much fun! I'm glad you got to spend time in the pearl district...it's definitely one of our "jewels". thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm happy to discover yours!ReplyDelete
Hi! I'm Cherri House of Cherry House Quilts, and your photo of that quilt, is my quilt City News. Glad that it caught your attention.ReplyDelete
Have a great day!