One on One Time

IMG_1299Recent months have been a whirl-wind of travel (personal and work), the USPS grind, board meetings, organizing events and the typical life-challenge thrown into the mix.  Thankfully my “best friend” has been in the background waiting for me, listening to my rants, rolling with the “punches” I’d throw his way because he was simply “there”, and always available to support me when needed, including jumping into my shoes a few times.  In addition, he, too, was working, going to school, and working for the city as part of his course work on his weekday off.  Yes, there were a few fleeting Sunday morning breakfasts in which we actually relaxed and enjoyed each other’s company, yet they seemed so few, far between, and brief.

This past Sunday we rode our Burgmens – a FAVORITE activity – over to Sonoma for a late breakfast, a wine pickup, and a few pleasurable moments at CornerStone.  The food was delish, the company divine, and the garden jaunt was peaceful and rejuvenating.  And, hopefully, it was a reminder that I really can be nice to be around … sometimes.

NOTE: one photo is of a “garden in the making” by friend Suzanne Biaggi – a good excuse to return in a couple of months (along with playing bocci ball and drinking wine)!

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Thom Butler
    Jul 02, 2013 @ 20:51:50

    Hey!!! I just found your post from 10 months ago referencing my request for more posts… MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM…. Hello?


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