Victoria and Kathryn spread rose petals to the strains of Pachelbel canon in d announcing my bride. (The tradition represents the transformation of the bride from a little girl to an adult-something I bet you didn’t know). They were proceeded by Cindy’s bridesmaids, … Continue reading Wedding Day!
The invitations were out, we’re Getting’ Hitched March 28, 2010. We had sent pre-notices a couple months before to get on calendars of a couple hundred family and friends and such. We met square dancing 20 years before and I proposed … Continue reading Wild, Wild West
Governor Newsom declares cannabis retailers as essential! States have issued orders mandating that everyone aside from essential workers stay home as most businesses are forced to temporarily close in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. California has produced a list of “Essential … Continue reading Cannabis Retailers?
It has been ten years since our grandchildren poured sand into the crystal; children then, adults now going their own ways. I etched into the glass: C & F, 3 28 2010 and The Cross. During the ceremony we marveled at how … Continue reading Sand Ceremony
Cindy went to buy something on her way home after making deliveries to Saddleback Church and Salvation Army and walked by this line at the local gun shop. She asked one fellow what they were doing—they were standing in line intending … Continue reading Lock ‘em and Load ‘em
Our 10th wedding anniversary is coming up so you need to know more about our love. Our first “date” was on a Sunday afternoon, November 18th, 2007. Well it wasn’t a real date because Cindy cautioned me “I don’t date” when … Continue reading Our Love Story
9 What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun. Ecclesiastes 1:9 New International Version Or “Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.” The quote is most likely due … Continue reading Nothing is new under the sun
Elisabeth Luther died July 25th, 1528 at the age of one year. Daughter of Martin and Katharina Luther, she succumbed to the reocurrent effects of the Black Plague. “The good Lord gave me a little girl, the sweet little Elisabeth. I am … Continue reading Wisdom, A Legacy
Preteens will enjoy the “Adventures of Constantino Pineapolis” written by Ann Casas and Illustrated by Aida Shabani, now available on Amazon click HERE. Once upon a time…lived a little boy named Constantino Pineapolis. He was nine, almost ten, when this unique … Continue reading The Moral Compass
Yesterday a wild bunny rabbit was in our flower bed, apparently chewing on a bloom or two. Riuschia ice plants in the back yard are bugeoning with fuscia-pink bloom—supposedly rabbit resistant as well as drought resistant. In the front yard Shasta daisies … Continue reading Stand For Our Flag, Kneel For The Cross