Monthly Archives: August 2011
We had a wonderful tour and tasting at Rock Wall Winery this last Sunday, that also included lunch on their deck overlooking San Francisco. One can’t really go wrong when sitting out in the sun under an umbrella and gazing … Continue reading
It was a dizzying weekend what with the eight year old grandson’s birthday party on Saturday, followed by a visit to Alameda, CA on Sunday with our eldest son and daughter in law at Rock Wall Winery. The details will … Continue reading
I just took these photos a few weeks ago from our hotel, Sanctuary Resort, in Marina, CA, right outside Monterey. Up in the air with the greatest of ease.
So, The Daily Post from the folks at WordPress.com try to inspire on a daily basis (how coincidental that is what they should title their mail). Yesterday’s Daily inspiration, motivational prompt was “try to think of nothing: what happens?” The Daily … Continue reading
Ernest Hemingway’s six word story. Famous, infamous. A challenge to emulate. I’ll try. Train whistles, tracks hum. Traffic stops. Image: Wikipedia
The god of chaos. So that’s what he looks like. Have I mentioned moving? We’re doing just that in about one month. I walked into our living room today, it is so cozy and perfect. … Continue reading
Photos of flowers I took in Hawaii last year.
We spent a long weekend at the Sanctuary a couple of weekends ago. The serenity and tranquility found here is salve for the soul. The peacefulness begins immediately. Your car is left in the parking lot by the main building … Continue reading
I’m in love with the white steed at the entrance to one of our favorite restaurants.