>The images of that morning are etched into the minds of everyone who had access to a TV. I cannot look at those images again. It makes me anxious. I feel that awful energy coursing through my body. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want to forget. I cannot forget. I want to learn from those events. I want to… Read more »
>That horrible explosion in San Bruno hits a little close to home for me. I lived probably a mile away from the site of the gas leak. Many times I drove up Sneath Lane to Skyline Blvd when I had finished shopping at Tanforan. I remember watching the fog creep over the hills and spill into the Bay. Well, I… Read more »
>Over the past year, I have become more involved with researching my ancestors. I mainly focused on my Dad’s side of the family. There are two reasons. 1) My Dad has little to no immediate family left alive or that he knows. 2) His side of the family settled California for the Spanish, so there is an abundance of information… Read more »
>Confession: I have an unhealthy relationship with my iPhone. I’ll admit that I’ve had a strong attachment to each and every mobile phone I’ve ever had. They have all been within arms reach or at least earshot of me 98% of the time. The few exceptions being trips to the restroom, showers, while at the salon, and the occasional impromptu… Read more »
>These are the things that go through my mind when trying to decide where to eat: What do I feel like eating? Do I feel like driving that far?Is it already too busy?Have I gotten sick there before?Do I have any cash?What do I feel like eating?Do I have to turn left to get there?Crap, now what time is it?… Read more »
>Apparently, that last giant earthquake in Chile shortened the length of time it takes for the Earth to rotate and moved it’s axis. Of course it’s only a change of milliseconds and inches, but it’s interesting that so much power was released. I guess it could be worse. It could have made the day longer.