My three Magi.
My three Magi.
I love to decorate the house for the holidays. I enjoy so many holidays I tend to think of them as being End of Year holidays. The dark, the light, the twinkle factor. It’s a chance to incorporate scenes of weather I love, but don’t want to live in on a daily basis. Snow […]
The pictures taken at Rose Hills were mostly from the area around the Buddhist Columbarium. I grew up in a cemetery rich environment. There were Jewish, Roman Catholic, Chinese, and Serbian cemeteries an easy walk from my house. So it was an natural thing to go to the top of the hill and check […]
I wrote yesterday about our visit to Rose Hills. It was a great day for photos. The air was crisp and the light was grand for shadows and such. I used the iPad while we were there; it has the ability of focusing on different items. You touch the pad and that point becomes your […]
James is the photographer in our family. Yes, I am proud of the pix I take, but it is by grace of God and my capacity of my able phone or camera when my pictures turn out decently. James actually focuses and adjusts his camera lens. Luck is involved there, too, but it is […]
Altadena Hardware was honored as Business of the Year, by the Altadena Chamber of Commerce. Quoting Altadena Patch – “Altadena Hardware and the Orlandinis (who are the owners) also give back to the community in many ways. They have helped the Pasadena Waldorf School Elves’ Faire, the local Church World Service CROP Hunger Walk, the […]
Our neighbors Dee and Don Bremner have lived on this street long before we moved here. This summer we’ll be here 30 years. Don is involved in so many things connected with nature. The Sierra Club as well as the City of Pasadena Parks and Recreation Commission are the first two groups that come to […]
Winter finally arrived last week. Most of our plants and the raingrass are doing well. Happy about the plants. Taking Pánfilo out for his early constitutional meant I got the chance to hear bits of ice runching under my feet as I walked. Our little bridge had frost on it. Crunch. Walkways in the […]
There are those that think about Early Childhood Development as being mostly works of macaroni glued to paper. Sometimes true, but there is also academic study that is focused on how Little Ones learn as well as journals like “Teaching Young Children”. It can be a bit like “New Scientist” with a few fundamental differences. […]
Digesting turkey can be hard work. Ask Larry or Panfilo, they’ll tell you this is so. All of the two legged critters in the house would agree. Good day, good meal. Leslie, Matthew, and Kevin joined James and me at the Kurisumasu Table. What a feast! Scallpped potatoes, brussel sprouts, kale salad, […]