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Plums

Plums

A little over a year ago, John and I planted a plum tree in the back yard. Soon it flowered, and before we knew it we had two plums hanging from the branches. I thought that was pretty good for a brand new tree. I watched the plums grow from little green balls to more [...]

Summer Cabin

Summer Cabin

It’s been cloudy and Octoberish for a few days. I’m not a fan of cold weather. I tried to come up with a picture that would give you an idea of how it feels to me, but I changed my mind. I’d rather look at this. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Zen Monday #238

Zen Monday #238

BettyS sent this photo, saying she was sure I’d run across this in the neighborhood. I haven’t found it, though, so please thank Betty for today’s Zen Monday photo. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Ferdinand

Ferdinand

Do you remember The Story of Ferdinand? It was published in 1936, written by Munro Leaf and illustrated by Robert Lawson. In 1938, Walt Disney made it into a short film that won that year’s Academy Award for best short film cartoon. I hadn’t seen the movie before linking to it for this post, but [...]

Bookmarks: Literaries Who Launch

Bookmarks: Literaries Who Launch

photo by John Sandel I went to a book launch party Thursday night and didn’t think to take pictures because I was excited to be one of the book’s authors. Thanks to John, we have this panorama of everyone’s backs. The book we celebrated is Literary Pasadena: The Fiction Edition, published by Prospect Park Books. [...]

LunaFest for Bloom Again

LunaFest for Bloom Again

Last weekend I attended a “friendraiser.” In this luxurious garden setting, I had a chance to meet the women involved in Bloom Again.Bloom Again is a local foundation whose mission is to “provide financial assistance to economically vulnerable working women when they need it most, due to personal or family medical emergencies.” We’re talking about [...]

On the Way

On the Way

It seems like time for a Boz photo, doesn’t it? This is a close-up of the space between the bucket seats in the “big car.” That’s the car where the jump from the curb isn’t too far for an old dog and there’s room in the back for his bed. But the front entices him. [...]

Zen Monday #237

Zen Monday #237

A bit of Zen from my trip north along highway 395 late last month. Feel free to leave your own caption/description/comment/snark. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Kay’s Voice

Kay’s Voice

Author, teacher, historian, and yoga expert Dr. Kay Mouradian is one of those people you like to be around–a lot of positive energy, a healthy sense of self. She’s previously been a guest author here on PDP. Now Kay is a film producer, too. She and director Mark Friedman have created My Mother’s Voice, a [...]

This is Your Year

This is Your Year

Do you want to rule Doo Dah? This is your year to be queen. Sunday is your day to prove it. Here is your info: 2013 QUEEN TRYOUTSWHERE: The American Legion Bar, 179 N. Vinedo St., PasadenaCross street is Colorado Blvd. (626) 792-9938 WHEN: Sunday, April 7, 20132:00 pm – Doors Open and Live Music [...]

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