Monthly Archives: February 2011

A Cayucos Lunch

Every time Wes and I come to visit Journeys End, we toodle off to the charming downtown Cayucos for our odd, but scrumptious lunch. First we go to Duckies, and order garlic fries. While those are cooking, we head over … Continue reading

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four score and five

Last Thursday, we had a little surprise birthday bash for Gramps. We had a nice little group of people over, some seniors, some not seniors, and enjoyed a delicious brunch courtesy of my Mother. Wes and I got to play … Continue reading

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Journeys End

Our wonderful, lovely beach house. Dad bought it back in 1998 and while I don’t have too many memories of the time, I do remember coming down here for a month to work on the place. According to my recollection, … Continue reading

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what the heck.

I woke up this morning to a funny noise on the roof. So I got up and looked out the window and said, ‘What the heck.’Where am I anyways? Virginia or California? The whole place was dusted with…hail. All you … Continue reading

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I am here.

And it’s a balm to my soul. To be here with my family (and the dogs) and look at the green hills and blue sky (sometimes) and the puffy white clouds calms and thrills me at the same time. It’s … Continue reading

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God Still Moves.

Back in 2007, Wesley was out on a quick weekend trip to California wooing me. Unfortunately, he didn’t get too far. Halfway through the trip, he sat down next to me at Barnes & Nobles and couldn’t get back up. … Continue reading

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a poem

Dear US Air, You make me want to swear And act like a bear. Instead I will try to smile and shrug As if without a care.   When a gear you drop, A loud noise will go pop. And … Continue reading

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