I haven’t lived in Los Angeles since 1999, though it is my hometown, and I love it. At the time I moved I hated the traffic and the smog; I remember sitting in my car on the freeway everyday trying to get home and breaking down crying, realizing, this is my life ticking by as [...]
To all my readers,
I hope life brings you everything you want this holiday season and in the future.
See you in the new year.
…he’s a sweet little guy, even though he sneakily took his opportunity to get on the sofa when I wasn’t looking (boy, my decor looks busy in this picture!) and I didn’t have the heart to oust him. I’d better watch it or I’m going to become a dog-blogger.
My heart is absolutely broken.
When I moved to Rochester last summer, my dog Lucy, who had been my partner’s dog since she was found as a puppy, moved with me. Though I’d always heard of people who considered their pets their best friends, I never thought of myself as one, yet she saved my life. [...]
Tonight I went to see The Garden, an excellent documentary about a 14-acre community garden at 41st and Alameda in South Central Los Angeles. I remembered following the news stories about it when the struggle to keep the garden had come to a boil. I won’t say more because I urge you to see it; [...]keep looking »