This started with the weekend edition of Wall Street Journal, Feb 9-10. At the breakfast table, in a scruffy baseball hat and fuzzy jammies, reading about “the nerve-racking, soul-searching, exhilarating process of shopping for a handbag.” In this article, writer Rachel Dodes shares with us her struggles choosing among the $3,700 Moynat, the $2,650 Saint
I’ve been up and down this road a lot, from my Now home in Pescadero, Northern California, to my Then home, in the Los Angeles Basin, which is the Now home of my BFF, D, and the temporary Now home of my other BFF, M. As hard as it is to leave my sweet loved
Christmas Eve at Old Dog Farm was rainy, windy and cold this year. Enjoyed shots from so many pals of snow and sparkling, icy trees, but here it was wet and muddy: we did our best to keep spirits up inside, however, as always. Supper began with some gorgeous, extremely stinky, cheese brought by Carol
About half way there, I’d already been traveling an hour. First, a little road rage incident, totally of my own making. Then, gotta fill the tank ($80!) and check out the guys all taking each others’ pictures in front of their rented mustard-yellow Camaro at the Shell station. Don’t know what language they were speaking,
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