I live in a 3 bedroom house across the street from Salmon Creek Regional Park, which is approximately 400 acres of public green space. You can share in the kitchen and library, putter in the garden, or explore the neighborhood!
Here's a breakdown of the main rooms/areas:
Places just for you!
- Spare bedroom with futon and closet (the room is quite empty but should do well for sleeping!)
- Living room (I've got two couches, a cozy fireplace, and a few tables)
- Kitchen (I usually whip up something for myself to eat around 6:30 for dinner, but feel free to share the kitchen space. As long as you get your own food, feel free to use the amenities, including some space in the fridge)
- Loft library area (I've got a fun collection of books upstairs. Feel free to browse and read as long as you put them back - It would make me super sad to lose my books :*(
- Backyard garden area (If you have a green thumb, I've got a super small, but really pretty backyard. Feel free to enjoy some therapeutic time in nature and help keep things nice at the same time!)
Places just for me!
- Master bedroom and bathroom
- Upstairs office / computer room
Interaction with guests
I usually work from 8am to 6pm, but often I need to stay late or get to leave early. A lot of times when I'm home, I will be working in the office, upstairs or cooking, but I'm definitely willing to chat! Having grown up in Portland, I'm more familiar with the Rose City and fun things to do in Oregon, but if you have any questions, I'd be glad to share whatever knowledge I may have!
Please don't do anything illegal or break things/make huge messes!
I like to share my space, but it's my home, and I'd like it to be respected.
Trespassing on neighbor's property is not allowed.
Well house trained pets are okay as long as you clean up after them, they don't pee everywhere, they don't eat my homework, and they don't scratch holes in things :)
WARNING: Free weights are dangerous. Don't use them if you don't know what you're doing. I am not responsible for any injuries resulting from use of the equipment.