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  1. My name is Casey. These are my brain bits. nobody reads this shit.
    born in hawaii, living in portland. i like food, cooking, making art, finding good music, and vintage shopping. i love my family. obsessive, cynical, and organized. i refurbishing, and i live for sentimental. a blog for Food experiments, pretty things and random thoughts.

  2. I like!

    Thank you!

  3. Like the colors and your blog layout! Thank you for following mine.

  4. Robyn G on said:

    Hi Casey thanks for visiting my blog 😀
    Am glad you liked my Eiffel Tower post.
    Looking forward to having a look around your site too.
    Robyn

  5. lapoupeequifaitnon on said:

    keep on : ) ❤

  6. See… people do read this shit. The scanned bits put together are beautiful and this is a cool blog layout with the photos…haven’t seen that before. cheers.

  7. Hey Casey!
    Thanks for visiting my blogs, I like your layout and colors.
    I sure will be passing by again!

    Sandra.

  8. Thanks for visiting my blog and the “Like” of my post.

  9. Hi! Thank you so much for visiting and following my blog 🙂

  10. Beautiful colours here!
    Thank-you for visiting my blog.

  11. Casey – thanks for leaving a ‘LIKE’… gave me the chance to drop by your blog – it’s like a a canvas with abstract painting. Nice and personal. Look forward to seeing more…

  12. luvnorcal on said:

    Hello there Casey, thanks for the like and the follow. Made my day 🙂

    Looks like you’re having a good time up in Portland- I’ve always wanted to visit and explore, but have so far have only managed to drive through on my way to Canada. I used to live up in B.C.

    • hello! You have some really great posts so I’m glad to have come across it! I’m originally from Hawaii. I’ve been living in Portland for almost a year. I really love it. You should visit Oregon sometime. Portlands a progressive city with some interesting people and it’s filled to the brim with eating and drinking options. Outside of the city though, Oregon has so much natural beauty to offer. The winters are rather gray but summers are for lack of a better word, just perfect!

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