Saturday, May 23, 2015
everything clearly and the sun did come out. Yes, we swept the Dodgers
(again) and our beloved Giants are on some sort of unexpected winning
streak currently. The man below in the black t-shirt was eating something
icky out of a black batting helmet and that proves that even Giants fans can
exhibit bad taste from time to time.
Friday, May 22, 2015
|the #10 Townsend|
|so much to see|
I say to them, take a Muni bus, there is still a LOT of soul here in my
city. Yesterday I took the bus to/fro the ballpark and met Ginger for coffee
before a wonderful game. We swept (!) the Dodgers this series and it was
a really great pitchers' duel with Mad Bum and Kate Capshaw. More
about that tomorrow with pix...
Thursday, May 21, 2015
|the second of three dead whales|
|the back of the Blogmaid|
Sabine down to watch the whale burial in Pathetica. They had buried
whale #1 the day before and now they need to get down to Half Moon
Bay for the third dead whale. It's discomforting, no? But so nice to
have some real time with the Blogmaid and her Blogdog. (And two
lattes each, plus cookies for the 4-legged wonder.)
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
this exhibit about books and the famous people who love (and donated)
their favorite for this show. Nicely done. Then we had lunch with our
friend Carlini across the street at the Buckhorn Grill. He has signed a lease
for two more years on his apartment in Walnut Creek and that makes us
very happy as he tends to move around a lot. Army brat. We love that he
is back in our life.
Monday, May 18, 2015
here on 18th Street to say goodbye. The highly successful Blue Bottle
Coffee place is located right inside Heath Ceramics, a store I love immensely.
So, after my SPCA shift I walked down here and we had a delighful
time catching up on just about everything. Joe lives in Hayes Valley, but
he is enthralled with MY nabe and points out so many things that I take
for granted on a daily basis. Joe is an artist, so it all makes sense.
Sunday, May 17, 2015
film on DVD from the Flix®. It's the true story of the coal miners' strike
in Wales and how the gays and lesbians fought and raised money for them
and, along the way, changed the fears and minds of these small town folk.
Heartwarming, sad and fun too.