35×35

I am officially one week away from the big 3-5. Every year, I think about what I’ve accomplished since the previous year. Have I done the 35 things I wanted to do by the time I turned 35? Well, I … Continue reading

Koil Painting

Japanese Gardens. Chinese Dim Sum restaurants. Some office buildings. Maybe your house. All places where one may find a beautiful (and endlessly hungry) koi population. According to http://www.koi-pond-guide.com, koi fish symbolize good luck, abundance and perseverance. In Buddhism, they represent … Continue reading

Pastasana

Ha ha… I totally tricked you into thinking there is a yoga pose called Pastasana. It would probably be in the same asana family as carbohydrasana… because this post is all about PASTA. About ten years ago, I became very … Continue reading

Heron Brockovich

I know, it’s a stretch. But I wanted to talk about two things today: Heron Pose (Krounchasana) and Drinking Water. If you are from LA (or not from LA, but come to visit) you probably will notice the LA water. … Continue reading

The Hopeless Romantic….

Ah, the romantic in me still believes… Not that I want a long-distance relationship or anything…. but this is beautifully shot. Happy Sunday 🙂 Splitscreen: A Love Story by James W Griffiths

Rhu-Barbie

There are two things that pump me up about spring besides singing birds, blooming flowers and sunny weather. Rhubarb and The Bachelor/Bachelorette. First, the Bachelorette. I am so excited to watch Emily (aka the closest thing to a natural, human … Continue reading

Me, Myself and I (and You?)

The other day, a Facebook friend of mine posted this interesting article about pronouns. Just how often are you saying “I” versus “You” in everyday conversation? And what does it mean? I thought the article was fascinating, interesting and something … Continue reading

14 Songs to Listen to While Crafting

I’m just imagining these songs would be good for crafting. I don’t actually craft. Although, I should probably look into it. However, you could use this playlist for jewelry-making, bathroom cleaning, or maybe just chillin and grabbing some sun-time in … Continue reading

Jog Dog Log Blog!

JOG I actually hate running. I can’t get into it. I always say to people who run Marathons, “wow, that is amazing, good for you! What an accomplishment!” And secretly I am thinking, “what kind of tortuous life do you … Continue reading