Sometimes I get caught up in all the things that annoy me, like Trump, Mondays, cleaning and stupid, intolerant people. They make my eyes twitch and feel the need to get on a soapbox and rant. Some days that is exactly what I do and need to do. But not today. Today, I want to focus on the things I love because that makes me feel good and I want more good in my life.
These are my great loves today. Tomorrow might be different, but probably not. I’m kind of boring and loyal. These are in no particular order, although Max is always numero uno because that’s how I roll.
Max aka The Chief Mischief Maker
What can I say? I’m a #CrazyCatLady and I’m #NotAshamed because #CatsRule and I can’t think of any more hashtags, so enjoy the photo montage of MaxE!
Books! Glorious Books!
I’ve been a library card holder since I was a toddler. I love all kinds of books and love finding a great series, because it feels like I’m visiting old friends whenever a new book comes out.
Pretty Vibrant Flowers
I am a plant serial killer. My victims die due to neglect or too much love. But still I try. Here’s hoping these flowers make it through the season.
The Beach, Baby!
When I moved to California, there were four requirements I had. My apartment needed to be pet friendly, close to the beach, have parking and air conditioning. Fortunately, I found a place that met my needs, even though I don’t make it to the beach as often as I should. Still, dipping my toes in the ocean and listening to the waves always puts a smile on my face.
This is actually not my hometown beach. Oddly enough I don’t have any pictures of it. When people visit me, they want to hit the famous beaches, like Santa Monica or Venice (best people watching, ever!). This is Ocean Beach where I took my brother to Hodad’s for amazing burgers and milkshakes.
Sia and Chandelier
This may be an old song but it’s been on heavy rotation on spotify for me.
Favorite Inspirational Quote
My Oldest Nephew Graduates from High School
My oldest nephew graduated from high school last Friday, and I couldn’t be more proud of him! Andy is a smart, caring and funny young man and I can’t wait to see what the future holds for him. Here is the graduate with his younger siblings. Aaron graduates next year and Lexi just graduated from the 8th grade. And yes, they are all taller than me.
A lot taller.
Tell me, what things are you loving lately?