1. Brewla ice pops.
2. Long, long naps in the afternoon, every afternoon.
3. Tart cherry juice, iced.
4. Macrobiotics dinner, Monday night.
5. Adored, not lifting a finger. Such wonderful date.
6. Another rescue on the flight. This time, in first class.
7. Imagining about a foldable tricycle.
8. Aiming for 530AM workouts.
9. Goals on Monday.
10. Sleep as if I died. Eating in bed, very late at night, w bear legs.
What are my favorite bloggers doing?
1. Niniane – is building a company.
2. Corey – is visiting Willows.
3. Karina – is renovating a French castle.
4. Mie – is schooling her children in Japan.
5. Scott – is shooting photos in Rome.
6. Sarah is eating beauty everyday (and writing a book).
What are the people in my life doing?
1. Joe is camping.
2. Ariana is visiting her grandma.
3. Mom is volunteering at the library.
4. John is studying for a test.
5. Hamilton is volunteering in Sunday School.
6. Filip is growing a company.
7. Elina is feeding a strayed cat…and threatening her 3 boys that if they don’t behave they’re going to be sent to a foster home.
Things that I will miss so much about living in California…
1. My niece & our PJ party w summer theater at the Palo Alto Children’s Theater.
2. Living close to my brother and SIL.
3. 90 minute massage w Linda.
4. Sauna spa at Immersion Spa.
5. Monday Night Macrobiotic Dinners.
6. Highway 280, oh the view of Half Moon Bay in the misty early morning.
7. Hot days, cool nights.
8. Real summers. The sun on the skin in the afternoon.
9. Amazing salads. (And tacos. Sushi. Ramen. Clean foods. Done right).
10. Jin Sho
11. Kannon Do, and our beloved abbot.
12. Having the California license plate – just feels cool.
13. Wearing whites.
14. Wearing very little clothing during most of the year.
15. Huddart Park.
16. The hum of Woodside.
18. Pretending to be a Californian. Granola crunchy Sun Country supermarket on California Avenue.
19. The cattle grazing beautiful view.
20. Living, in downtown Palo Alto.
But I still love DC very much, maybe a little bit more because there is no threat of the ‘Big One’ or the draught of running out of water in DC.