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I finally got to see Wonder Woman!!! While I had to watch it on TV at home via Amazon Prime, it was one of the biggest heartbreaks for me not to be able to see it at the theater when it first came out. 655 more words

Weekend In Pictures

Week in Pictures

Two of our four girls thinking I can’t see them as they nap behind the lavender and pineapple sage. I suppose it’s a good thing they don’t like to be snuggled as I’d be taking them with me everywhere if they were the cuddly kind. 817 more words

Weekend In Pictures

Week in Pictures

Saturday in the garden, mid-September: 3 out of 4 ducks are chilling out, our one grassy patch is a combination of trampled yellow grass (we don’t believe in watering lawns in the summer, they’ll be green again soon enough) and duck poop that Ruby’s not gleaned already for her own tasty treats, the temps have dipped into the high 60s/low 70s so I’ve radically pruned the tomatoes so they get maximum warmth/light before I take down the plants, and for some reason, we’ve got two volunteer PEPPER plants in our raised beds with the leeks – go figure! 1,106 more words

Weekend In Pictures

Week in Pictures

Greatest hits from our Long Beach escapades…from the gorgeous fog on the bridge to Astoria to the only good sunset shot (from behind the dunes to avoid the cars on the beach) to Dan’s first time in an American arcade (and – clearly – licorice ice cream!) to some snuggle time with Ruby…ultimately he and I? 372 more words

Weekend In Pictures

Week in Pictures

From the 99% zone, we got a kick out of the eclipse. Nothing like folks an hour or so south of us where hundreds of thousands gathered, but we did see the sky go into sudden dusk mode, street and store lights turn on, shadows go from clear to fuzzy (I didn’t notice any ‘snake shadows’ but I didn’t know to look for them…), and of course spotted a pretty awesome eclipse through our solar shades. 407 more words

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Just before the jackasses in pickup trucks showed up to terrorize the beaches. I fucking hate how there are still places they allow people to drive right on the sand – it’s dangerous and disrespectful, both environmentally and to people trying to have a quiet day at the beach away from all that kind of thing. 442 more words

Weekend In Pictures