Below is a photo of my good friend Micaela, looking very beautiful, hours after she gave birth to her seven pound delight, Simone Grace. I want to see her this instant! But I must wait like all of her aunties so she can have some bonding time with mom and dad.
Friday, June 25, 2010
It's been awhile I know. I've been overwhelmed by work, but hopefully next week's load will lighten. Life has been busy with general summer activities, with Father's day (think wine, good food and lots of LOUD Bretts), my father's return to the bay, house sitting and lots of gatherings with friends.
Last week (or was it the week before?) I went to Santa Cruz with Phannie and Noelle, (the three amigos together again!), another day we had a BBQ and a Birthday with a puppy surprise for my friend Joanne.
Tonight I am off to a play about North Beach, the Tosca Project at ACT. Here are a few photos from the past two weeks:
Save me, I'm drowning in blue.
A distant light bring us closer.
Everything looks great with the hipso, even a father's day bouquet.
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Thursday, June 17, 2010
One hour makes a difference I kid you not, one hour in your day. Those eight hours from seven hours I worked in London, it is the difference between working out, it is the difference of 30 more minutes in bed, of being able to sit and watch the news in the morning while eating your jam and bread. That difference of an hour is that I feel knackered and I know when the light of summer fades and darkness comes at five I know that hour will feel more immense. I'll want it more than I want it now. Something to work on people, let's get our hours down, our lives back.
photo from Cuba Gallery.
at 2:45 AM
Thursday, June 10, 2010
These days are filled with sunny splendor. I let something go last weekend and now I've just got that summer feeling, sweet fruit, a beer at sunset or a pound the table laugh out loud in the breeze laugh. I've been reconnecting with old friends, and discovering new ones all under the soft glow of possibilities. Life is good and so I am trying to enjoy the moment, not think about the future because it is oh so unexpected. All I can think of is the next few days, well maybe the next few months to plan something spectacular.
Photo from beautyineverything.com.
at 1:51 AM
Thursday, June 3, 2010
It's hard to write and blog with a full time job!
I've been thinking of what summer will bring.
I've been thinking of a road trip.
I am talking about a 40 states type of road trip, On The Road road trip, just go and go and go, a month long type of road trip.......though only if my bum can handle it! We'll see.
Pictures to get me in the mood.
at 2:19 AM