Friday, January 26, 2007

Seen at the grocery store

 Did you know that now you can buy Green Tea in pill form? I guess that's for people who don't like the taste. Still it seems weird. What will they come up with next?

Being here in Southern California for the past month there seems to be a theme here -- people with more time to devote to thinking about health (and others profitting from it).

(art by Tuko for Free Spirit)

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

When you take exercise too far...

My sister and I were driving down a very steep hill when we saw a middle aged man running up like this...a very fit middle aged man...

Sunday, January 14, 2007


My boyfriend thinks that I'm always second guessing things. Should I do this or that? I guess I like options.

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Monday, January 08, 2007

Puna on YouTube

I guess this means I'm spending too much time on YouTube today but I found our friend Puna (whom I've painted on previous blogs). He wrote original songs and has produced his own CD which as of now you can buy directly from him at Uncle Robert's in Kalapana.

Forgetfulness - Billy Collins Animated Poetry

I love Billy Collins' poetry. I first saw him in Santa Fe when he was the poet laureate.

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Morelenbaum2 Sakamoto - AMOR EM PAZ (Live)

Ryuichi Sakamoto is one of my favorite musicians so I thought I'd post this since I haven't posted much lately.

Tuesday, January 02, 2007


Look Arthur, I'm wearing heels!

Monday, January 01, 2007

Old Life

I'm on the mainland and I'm driving around areas of my youth and it's been quite nostalgic. Though I come to San Diego frequently, I haven't lived here since 1993. Much has changed and much is still the same. I like driving down Garnet in Pacific Beach, one of my old neighborhoods. I couldn't believe all the people trying to get into clubs on New Year's Eve. I saw maybe a hundred people standing and waiting in front of one place. And it's not exactly balmy here in the evening. It's definitly winter, especially when I'm used to living a little closer to the equator. It's more fun for me to take these streets than zipping along highways, just to save a 5 minutes. The highways are actually kind of unnerving. I've become a country potato as a 'friend' used to call me.