It’s a dog’s world. Labor Day walk with Daisy at Batiquitos Lagoon. I melted when my hubby texted me this photo of our dog last week. I couldn’t wait to see her after her retreat/spa vacation in La Jolla.
I don’t think Daisy is a morning dog. She wants to crawl back into bed after breakfast. She perks up when she sees Mark walking by.
MONTREAL – The rain followed us to Canada. We spent 7 hours on the road. Drove past the One Thousand Islands. Answered questions at the Canadian border. Finally, we checked into our hotel in Montreal’s Latin Quarter. Hopefully, the sun will come back for our Quebec trip. We got lucky with the weather yesterday. Mark’s […]
Daisy spent the weekend at Pet Camp in San Francisco. “Thank you for calling Pet Camp, where pets do what pets love,” said one of the camp workers when I booked her stay over the phone. I love that line. I also love all the Daisy photos posted on their camper cameo site. (From Pet […]
I saw Mark for about 15-20 minutes a day on my graveyard shifts. So, it felt like a blessing to be able to enjoy a long walk/hike/climb around Fort Funston on my weekend. We watched packs of dogs run into the ocean. Some of them nudged our legs and wagged “hello.” We snapped photos of […]
Another year. Another promise to run more. These are my shoe prints from yesterday’s 2.5 mile run along the beach near Fort Funston. Funston is paradise for dogs. Tails wagging, balls flying and leashes wrapped around their humans. Clearly, my Daisy would be outraged by her 4-legged colleagues who have embraced the leash-less lifestyle. So, […]
She’s too unruly to compete for “Best-in-Show.” She’s too much of a lap dog to race after a dog agility title. And she’s way too pretty for “The World’s Ugliest Dog” contest in Petaluma. However, she’s perfect for cuddling. Daisy is also my walking buddy. I tweaked my ankle during a long run. Now, I’m […]
New York looked cold. Cabos looked hot. Ontario International looked like home.
La vie en rose? I kept it simple for Happy Hour on my Friday. Other people called it Wednesday or “Hump Day.” I called it the start of my weekend. Yesterday, I enjoyed French red wine, a salmon sandwich and a good book at Cafe du Soleil in San Francisco. I watched dogs walk their […]
Last week, I did lunch with Susan in the Mission. We satisfied my craving for bone marrow at Monk’s Kettle. Over the weekend, my hubby and I did Sangria and tapas at Joya in Palo Alto. Our tapas included chorizo corndogs. Then, we watched Hitchcock’s Vertigo at the Stanford Theater. San Francisco and the Bay […]