Trio of delicious cookies

Today’s #OneGoodThing was this delicious trio of cookies Mama and I enjoyed with our afternoon tea! Day 8 of 365. And Day 739 in a row (here’s the first 366 & the following 365)! 1 year ago today: Baked Honeycrisp apples 2 years ago today: Today’s #OneGoodThing is a hand to hold What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please…

New favorite song

I fell in love with Ed Sheeran’s new song from the music video set in Tuscany, Italy. Featuring Italian opera legend Andrea Bocelli, the song is called Perfect Symphony and it is breathtakingly beautiful. I adore Sheeran’s and Bocelli’s voices weaving together! The video of the two hanging out in Tuscany with Bocelli’s exceptionally handsome…

Mama’s contagious, hysterical laughter

Jerry Seinfeld’s hilarious show, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” is finally on Netflix (it used to be on the streaming service Crackle, which was a pain and full of glitches). So Mama and I restarted the series we enjoyed so much today. The joke that got Mama laughing uncontrollably was when Jerry wondered why post…

Overflowing with #OneGoodThing options

Today was a glorious Friday full of #OneGoodThing options. Mama and I both woke up feeling decent, which was a great start given the last couple weeks. Our day’s adventures ended up taking us briefly through San Francisco. We were there long enough to see one of my besties and to enjoy my favorite Chinese…

A good reminder

A 4.4-magnitude earthquake jolted us awake in the wee hours. We’re ok, not to worry. It lasted 10 seconds and felt more of a gentle rippling beneath us rather than the terrifying Loma Prieta quake, which I still remember all too clearly. This morning’s earthquake, which originally registered as a 4.7 centered about 45 miles…

Watching cousin Miriam

Thanks to a lovely email from loyal reader Bert in the U.K., Mama and I discovered “The Real Marigold Hotel” featuring our famous cousin, Miriam Margolyes. You may know Miriam as Professor Sprout in the Harry Potter movies, along with her impressive acting career in theatre and film. I loved her as Juliet’s nurse in…

Sweary eggs 2.0

Today’s batch of sweary eggs I made for Mama features your favorite swear words that you suggested last month! Also, thanks to our friend, Galen, we have since learned that writing on eggs with Sharpie pen might not be the best idea, as egg shells are apparently porous. Having never dyed Easter eggs (and being…