Monthly Archives: April 2020

Toes in the Water

Yesterday I walked my bare feet into the Pacific Ocean for the first time in my life. It took me 336 days of living in California to do it. I’m not sure why it took me so long. Because beaches … Continue reading

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Things Nobody Expects

What is The Spanish Inquisition? What is Fat-free, Sugar-Free Broccoli & Kale Cake that Tastes Delicious? What is An Empty Parking Lot at Trader Joe’s? What is A Global Pandemic? I’m living on the edge, figuratively and literally, since Monterey … Continue reading

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Packages for Poseidon

Incongruous, e.g., There was a FedEx truck parked at Asilomar Beach yesterday. Lyle and I wondered what kind of dinglehopper Ariel might have ordered for Poseidon. And then there’s this guy, an apparent expert at social distancing: Something about this bicycle … Continue reading

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