I have this picture of my dog Poncho and his best friend Murphy hanging on my fridge. People always ask me how I got the dogs to pose in the…Read more
Inspired by my Twitter friend Michelle’s (@RiteHereNow) writing prompt: I am grateful for… 12 Random Things from Southern California to Northern California I am grateful for… My friends and family…Read more
Maybe I can’t teach an old dog new tricks but it seems an old dog can teach me some things, about life. I think I am going to take advice…Read more
This is my dog Poncho and his new Vet Dr. Cynthia Steele, whom we both love. He’s getting old. He has lumps and bumps and not as much energy as…Read more
In memory of Annie, the one-eyed dog who we all loved.Read more
A few weeks ago my garbage disposal stopped working. I had a very old garbage disposal, at least 20 years old. I knew I wouldn’t be able to fix or change the thing myself. It was big and old and stuck. I thought who do you call to fix a garbage disposal? A plumber? An electrician? A handy man? Then I remembered my Twitter friends Mike and Nancy of @ATOMsanRafael and posted this on Twitter:Read more
Dr. Michelle Gannon is a Psychologist in private practice in San Francisco working with individuals and couples for the past 20 years. She is also a founder of Marriage Prep 101, Award Winning Couples Workshops for Engaged, Newlywed and Seriously Dating Couples that she has led with her husband, Dr Patrick Gannon for the past ten years.Read more
The Sports Basement in the Presidio is located in one of the most beautiful spots in San Francisco. It’s right across the street from the Crissy Field Beach located below the Golden Gate Bridge. The views are breathtaking.Read more
I have a clean doggie! I went to Woodland’s Pet Food & Treats and rented a bathtub for Poncho (also known as a pet wash center). He is now very clean and fluffy (and smells good). The dog bathtub rentals are run similar to a do-it-yourself car wash.Read more
Did you know you can visit a sticker factory in the Bay Area? I was delighted to discover Mrs. Grossman’s on Twitter the other day. Seeing her name sent me spiraling down memory lane.
Those of us that were children in the 70s and 80s were of the generation when stickers become the craze! Did you have a sticker collection?