Halloween Surprise

Halloween Surprise

Four years ago, my neighbors across the street decided to go all out for Halloween with strobe lights, a giant spider, someone rising out of a coffin, etc. The kids loved it and texted all their friends. At 8:30 my neighbors shut down. They had run out of candy and...
Remembering 9/11/19

Remembering 9/11/19

Once again that auspicious date has rolled around and we commemorate a day 18 years ago that will live in the memories of the older generation forever. Those students graduating from high school have no memory and no idea of the angst that gripped the nation on that...
Lost Friendships

Lost Friendships

A group of us were sharing at our Bible study about losing friendships. People that were in our lives for a period of time just seem to move on. Sometimes they enrich our lives and sometimes they leave tears behind. When one is divorced, couples that you knew don’t...
Seaport Village

Seaport Village

For many years there is an area of San Diego that has charmed residents and visitors alike. Located by the bay, it has ponds for ducks, a boardwalk to enjoy the water and the sailboats, dozens of quaint little shops to poke in, some excellent restaurants, a...
Political Neglect

Political Neglect

Looking at scenes of the streets of San Francisco, Los Angeles, even our San Diego beach neighborhood, I am appalled at the thousands of homeless tents, and people. There are needles and feces on the streets. In our own Ocean Beach community, they urinate on the...
Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Yesterday I went with my friend Vicki to Fort Rosecrans Military Cemetery to honor our fallen servicemen. An older lady wept in front of a plaque, others knelt in front of tombstones. The Boy Scouts placed small American flags at each grave, and some family members...