Nathanial Garrod

Pictures of the Week – Week 51 (2013)

My best friends the Blounts left town for the holidays to visit family in Florida. I got to help them carry their stuff to the max, then say bye. It was sad.

My best friends the Blounts left town for the holidays to visit family in Florida. I got to help them carry their stuff to the max, then say bye. It was sad.

Peacock Lane is the local decorated Christmas street in Portland, one house has a Peanuts-themed Doctor Who decorated front yard. It's super cute.

Peacock Lane is the local decorated Christmas street in Portland, one house has a Peanuts-themed Doctor Who decorated front yard. It’s super cute.

I had to head up to North Portland this week. Took the Max as far as I could to get to where I was going, then waited awhile for a bus.

I had to head up to North Portland this week. Took the Max as far as I could to get to where I was going, then waited awhile for a bus.

While house-sitting for the Blounts, I noticed that they were getting stuff from Cards Against Humanity. I asked Josh what it was about, and he suggested I open one of the envelopes and check it out. I saw this card, which has to be my new favorite card in the entire game.

While house-sitting for the Blounts, I noticed that they were getting stuff from Cards Against Humanity. I asked Josh what it was about, and he suggested I open one of the envelopes and check it out. I saw this card, which has to be my new favorite card in the entire game.

On Friday night I had to run to Fred Meyer's real quick, and they had these awesome little balloon dogs hanging out around the flowers. Somehow, they way they were weighted, the still moved around - much like dogs do - but they were relatively still. It was cute.

On Friday night I had to run to Fred Meyer’s real quick, and they had these awesome little balloon dogs hanging out around the flowers. Somehow, they way they were weighted, the still moved around – much like dogs do – but they were relatively still. It was cute.

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