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Home for the month…or so it seems at the moment.
My Monday Nighters on Thursday night to enjoy a delightful and might I add surprisngly beyond our expectationsly delicious dinner followed by a performance of A Mid-Summer’s Night Dream at the Theatricum Botanicum. I had a Wonderful time!
(Marsha wasn’t here yet and Maxine couldn’t come buy Windy my little sister could.)
This is a photo of Carl and Lynn at the Iguazu Falls, this magnificent series of waterfalls that lie on the border between Argentina and Brazil.
Last night I enjoyed a lovely evening’s entertainment with a slide show and commentary of their latest adventure through Chile and Argentina. That Iguazu is a-may-zing. If I ever find myself down there again I’d go very far out of my way to see the Iguazu Falls.
Rome was a little under the weather today so although we had a good time anyway I didn’t do any photos, and it seems I’m still distracted by my new website of travels (Thanks D!) and I’m just not keeping up with photos from Daily Life.
So here’s an oldie that Cynthia put on her facebook page. Excellent! It’s her ‘Self-Portrait with San Fernando Valley’ from around 1999. I reeeally like this picture!
You won’t be sorry if you read this book written in 1995 by a young man just out of law school, first black president of the Harvard Law Review, who could not be thinking that he would be president of America. No way. Remember when Bill Clinton had to avow that he never inhaled? Not here…Here he is, he thinks, he reads, he speaks carefully, and he listens attentively.
How did he get to be president again?
Before the party I dropped my car off in hopes of getting the a/c fixed. I’ve been driving around for a year with no a/c, when leaving Santa Monica it’s like driving in a third world country I repeat.
So I’m back on the bus! And remembering how pretty dang easy it is. It’s almost impossible to get a decent shot of this arch from the ground and one of these days I’ll be on the bus at a good time.
It’s just too easy. I’ve been watching this entire series on my computer one right after the other in every spare moment.
On netflix you have to rent the first one and then all the others are on ‘watch immediate’. Wow. I’ll be first in line when 56 Up comes out which I think should be along shortly.
Now I want to do a photo project of pictures of myself, one per year. I could be doing that instead of spending 20+ hours watching tv.
We went for a walk first to see the sunflowers and then, since we were so close, why not continue on to the water fountains? So we Did and met Kayla also playing around at the fountains.
Rome, who had never met Kayla before, took complete charge of her, just like the big sister she is about to become!
Look who’s home! Jonathon from Israel and Michael from Berkeley. Michael agreed to this photo because he loves his mother.
I visited Jonathon in Korea a few years ago and now I am hoping to be able to visit him in Israel. Now there’s a reason to go.
I went to lunch with Boban today. He was very very happy because I picked a normal place with normal food. I’d never been here before and as it turns out, it was FAB…a great place with great food.
You just can’t find it without trying very hard. It’s called Nook Bistro and you can look it up.
Rome always wants to visit April across the courtyard. Rome’s ALways wanting to go over there. We try to keep it down to once a day.
This time we weren’t going to knock on the door because we knew April was gone, we were just going to take a picture of their new tree.
But then John opened the door and we got to take a picture of their dogs!