Sometimes it pays to be in the right place and time – Comet Yesterday, I took a recipe for chicken, … More
Monday is about done. Were it not for dogs to walk, people to see, and lists of things to do, being idle might be harder to accomplish.
Reading. Blogging. Writing. Walking. Sleeping. While the hole(s) in my abdomen heal, and the antibiotics kill off a stubborn infection, my routine has completely upended from what I have been doing for years.
Several of my neighbors and co-workers who have dogs, are enjoying the health benefits of walking their canine pals. Andrew Weil is one of many experts who say, if you want to get regular exercise, get a dog. Healthy dogs, people and neighborhoods seem to be naturally linked.
Over the past three months, with illness as a kickstart, and a properly focused and healthy eating regimine, and then surgery, I have lost weight.
Six days into my vacation and I’m truly feeling relaxed. I’ll even forgive the crazy bird that continues to visit us at night. Last night, I woke up and decided to fix a cup of coffee before I looked at the clock. It was 1:30am. I stumbled back to bed but not before making a note to buy earplugs today. But no worries…I can still take my nap today so all if right with the world.
The righteous care for the needs of their animals, – Proverbs 12:10 For three Saturday mornings in a row, while … More
Without a dog, you’d never have anyone demonstrate how important it is to stop every day and smell the … More
Home gardeners know a lot about dirt. Here in El Cajon, the clay and decomposed granite that makes up the whole of the area away from the small San Diego river habitat, hardly supports anything more natively than grasses. But with a ton of fertilizer and compost, people have planted ornamental, pine, avocado and fruit trees. And like my neighbor, a lot of vegetables.