It’s a good thing I’m an attentive driver (well at least 99.9 percent of the time). As I was driving back to San Diego after the Thanksgiving holiday, the driver of a large red pickup with reindeer antlers decided to pull into my lane regardless of my presence.
Photo by Joey Hernandez
Every once in a while, the core of my very being needs a little indulging. The San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival gave me that opportunity when I was especially in need of such an opportunity.
I can delight in a macro view of a butterfly wing (shown above), which looks like a painting I could hang on my wall. But there’s not much else I want to see close up. Crawford High School alumnus (class of ’68) Louie Schwartzberg made that clear to me.
While you’re getting ready to entertain family and friends during the holidays, some local homeowners are getting ready to open their wreathed doors to total strangers.
When I opened the FedEx package, a red and white pen spilled out onto the floor (yes, I’m going with spilled, as if the pen was a liquid, which, of course, it is in a way, since the part of the pen that makes it useful is the ink).