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Snails and Geckos and Frogs, Oh My!

Rainy season has definitely hit.  I only got moderately wet on the commute twice last week, but more sogginess is certainly ahead.  New brake pads for the bike are called for ASAP-I had several tense moments where my brakes just weren’t gripping.   367 more words


My Bloom-tiful Buffet Table

Once again, I picked up some Monrovia plants to beautify our space. This time, they are sitting very pretty on my buffet table!

I really wanted to enjoy these plants indoors prior to giving them a life sentence of being outdoors. 105 more words



Monrovia is in the midst of the transition to rainy season.  We’ve had a couple of fantastic thunderstorms and lightening shows, but not daily.  Yet.  There have also been a couple of days of nice, light rain.   582 more words


Monrovia Woman Accused Of Pepper Spraying Mail Carrier

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a 64-year-old Monrovia woman is accused of pepper-spraying a mail carrier in the face in a fit of road rage. 123 more words


Woman Facing Charges After Allegedly Pepper-Spraying, Racially Insulting Mail Carrier in Pasadena

A Monrovia woman accused of making racial slurs and pepper-spraying a U.S. mail carrier who she believed cut her off in traffic is facing federal charges and up to 20 years in prison, if convicted. 217 more words

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It's the Final Countdown

The final countdown has begun. We’re less than two weeks from our departure from Liberia and putting aside our excitement for the next chapter, I’ve grown sentimental. 830 more words