New york — In any case, my little trip yielded two avocados, a bag of red grapes, and a box of Chinese rice cakes. The latter I’d never tried before; they are really good. Perhaps next time I’ll go for something a bit more adventurous.
East molesey — A glorious sunny and hot day today. I went on a three mile walk with my sister exploring our local area along the river: first into Kingston, across the bridge, and to Hampton Court. We took a detour ...
Washington — I left work today and the sunlight was beautiful. I saw the golden rays fall across the Capitol Building so I had to follow it. I walked to the National Mall and was rewarded for my troubles through t...
San francisco — As one does on a nice sunny day you strap a bag to your back and find the longest road in this new city you are exploring - and run it. That’s if you are a runner. If you’re a temporary runner/ jogge...
Then you get off the high street and the names of the establishments become more cutesy, the graphics brighter, and freshly painted.
Day 68 #100HappyDays: Rick Pond
The wedding of a dear friend, stepping outside for a moment of quiet, and a walk with the full moon.
I left work tonight chasing a sunset. The sky was beautiful and I had to find the source.
A walk in the park
Everyday the Capitol looks different. The dramatic skies. The clustered tourists. What's old is new again.
Chinatown is so fascinating. What on earth are all these dried, shriveled things filling up baskets and bags up and down the streets?
I got slapped by a flying leaf today.
This time last year, wanderings through Beijing haze and endless hutongs, reflecting upon the passing of a mentor.
This time last year, a brisk evening, maids sitting on cardboard boxes playing cards, life surging forward in all directions.