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Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, December 24, 2013
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Merry Christmas from Something Borrowed Portland! We hope you all have a wonderful holiday and are enjoying time with your loved ones. Related Posts:Color Palette Inspiration: Christmas Gift GivingColor Palette Inspiration: Seasons GreetingsHappy Thanksgiving!Our First Official Merry Christmas

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Wednesday, November 27, 2013
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From our home to your’s, we wish you a very, very happy Thanksgiving! We are most grateful for each of you who have entrusted us to help make your special day memorable. Your generosity, kindness, love, and support have helped shaped us into the small business that we are today and couldn’t have done it […]

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On Being an Eco-Geek Master Recycler in Portland

Wednesday, May 23, 2012
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You’ve probably seen or heard me mention a few times that I’m a Master Recycler.  I’m guessing your first reaction was “what the heck is a Master Recycler?”  I’m sure some of you think it’s a fancy title for someone who geeks out on recycling.  Well, it’s definitely a little of that, but so much […]

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Our First Official Merry Christmas

Sunday, December 25, 2011
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A year ago Christmas morning was unlike no other… Jeff woke up a little earlier than normal which got me started off a little grumpier than usual.  I’m typically not a chirpy morning person, let alone someone who is known to sing Christmas music and cheer for Santa.  Coming from a highly dysfunctional family and […]

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The Girl Behind the Goods

Thursday, December 1, 2011
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Many of you have repeatedly said how “unbelievable” it is to have such a great resource available such as Something Borrowed {Portland}.  I can admit, it’s probably a little hard to believe.  Who would want to do something like this?  There’s much, much more to it than you probably realize.  And it all starts out […]

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