Eavesdropping: Downtown Redwood City Century 20, Christmas Day

WOMAN:  “I saw The Interview yesterday.”

MAN:  “Did you?”

WOMAN: “And that was the stupidest, most asinine . . .  The idea that North Korea was threatened by it . . . ” (eye-roll)

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

Excerpt of the Day: E. B. Lyndon’s “Goodbye, Bear” (In One Story, Issue 172)

She was grilling me about the guy I was seeing — was he the real deal, or just another fine-for-now? I told her my feelings weren’t reliable at the moment.

“You,” she said. “Always a finger on your emotional pulse.”

“But that’s what I’m trying to tell you,” I said. “No pulse. I think I’m dead.”

And, just like that, I decide to renew my subscription to One Story.

Yellow 4: WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge

Visiting friends in Benicia (good friends of The Man from his college days in the Ateneo).

And their garden is beautiful! So fecund!

And the sun was out today! The sky is so blue!

Here are the spots of yellow self saw today:

Zoe, 9, got this sewing kit for Christmas! And it has yellow fabric that Zoe is preparing to make into a dress!

Zoe, 9, got this sewing kit for Christmas! And it has yellow fabric that Zoe is preparing to make into a dress!

Afternoon was fading, the light against the side of the house was sort of yellow:

Mona and Randy's house, as seen from the backyard, in late afternoon, Christmas Day 2014

Mona and Randy’s house, as seen from the backyard, in late afternoon, Christmas Day 2014

The lemon tree in the backyard has the biggest, fattest lemons, almost the size of grapefruit!

The lemon tree in the backyard has the biggest, fattest lemons, almost the size of grapefruit!

It’s a very, very beautiful, yellow afternoon, today in Benicia.

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

 

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