We had to let our dog (see my profile pick) go on Sunday. She was 14, and she had a spinal tumor. The incredible kindness I have felt on Facebook, at work, and everywhere…thank you world. It is a strange kind of happy, but it is..happy. 19 months ago
Being inside while Sandy rages
Sweet Riot chocolate bar with cocoa nibs
Going to breakfast with one of my pals just before the storm closed in
Being able to work at home
You, who are reading this. :) 22 months ago
I found a dime on the street.
My neighbor gave our dog a no- salt pretzel. 2 years ago
1. I am with my family.
2. Everyone is healthy.
3. Everyone is happy.
4. I have the time and energy to help those who don’t have 1, 2, or 3.
5. Coffee and chocolate! 2 years ago
You are in good company…:) 2 years ago
I was able to get a big bag of recycling out the door, and take a slice out of my giant box o’ stuff. Yay! 2 years ago
You are in shock, and must rest. Big love to you. 2 years ago
Just a kind of perfect day, poised on something. 2 years ago
And she is usually rewarded.
Our favorite deli guy gave her bologna this morning, and one of our kid pals, Brennan, shared his croissant.
For Faith, my dog, the world is a bountiful place! 2 years ago
Took a killer/fabulous bootcamp class on Sunday…and I could feel all my muscles working. It was amazing. 2 years ago
I love my body: let’s get that straight. But I am too sedentary, and I know it. So I joined a company fitness challenge to work on that. I am at the half point, and the good news is that I have lost weight, and the ahem, challenge, is that my body fat level has gone up. So I plan to check in here at least once a week for the next four weeks to report in about my level of weight training, because that is what I am choosing to focus on. 2 years ago
Major sorting of the clothes. :) 2 years ago
A colleague and I made a short film about them, and the film has actually inspired another group (shhh) to celebrate. Here’s the film.
Meanwhile, please look up Olek, master yarn bomber, and the day itself. How could you celebrate? 3 years ago
I think that’s more my style. 3 years ago
Hell’s Kitchen, to be exact. Visit our four-minute video about the Looons, who turned an ordinary tree into a magical sweater sculpture that celebrates the neighborhood—and commemorates two children who lost their battle with cancer.
http://bit.ly/looons 3 years ago