Month: February 2007


A good night. . .

 The best way to wrap up a three day weekend is with my boyfriend’s homemade pizza, wine, and old movies.

A Day of hiking in Rockville Park, CA

We thought the unusually warm weather was a good excuse to get some exercise. Armed with our cameras and hiking shoes we took off to go hiking. We drove just a half hour away from home to Rockville Park. Rockville is a 600 acre park. The park is […]

This is not your Krafty Mac n Cheese

Everywhere I look menus, magazines, and cooking shows I am seeing baked Mac n Cheese. Usually I leave all the big cooking in my boyfriend’s capable hands. But this recipe looked so easy and delicious I thought I would give it a try. Grandma liked […]


My girlfriends and I can never decide where we want to go for lunch/dinner. Next time I think we will try the wheel of food. You don’t need Vanna White’s help with this one. Just type in your zip code, spin the wheel, and your […]

Day trip to San Francisco

Last weekend we drove down to San Francisco to visit the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. We thought it was our lucky day because admissions were half off (yippee) but then we found out that two of the five floors were shut down (grrr). […]

Have a great three day weekend!

Make Your Own Stylish Dog Beds

I know it’s time to get a new dog bed when our dogs start sneaking on to our bed in the middle of the night. Suddenly the once comfy circular dog bed is worse than sleeping on the hardwood floors. The problem is that it’s […]

Mike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt Animation Show

My boyfriend and I went to the Mike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt Animation show at the Crest Theatre the other week. The Animation Show is an annual feature-length compilation of the best animated short films from around the world, exclusively curated by Mike Judge and […]

New plants

I have been reading and admiring other craftier bloggers’ vegetable gardens. They grow these gorgeous huge plants and have these massive veggies. So when I was strolling through Rite Aid and saw that they were selling seed packets for 10 cents. I couldn’t resist and […]