Tag Archives: Nature

Why I Chose To Live Today

Friday, more than 120,000 new cases and more than 1,200 new deaths in one day from COVID-19. Many States are rapidly filling up with COVID-19 patients. Soon the number of patients flooding emergency rooms needing critical care will out number … Continue reading

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The Golden Hour

Between the fog and the scary unknown is a fleeting magical moment of hope, clarity and peace, The Golden Hour. Driving coastal HWY 1, we were greeted by an increasingly dense fog that seemed to have swallowed the ocean whole. … Continue reading

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Sand, Surf and BBQ Sandwich

Life is too short not to go where the heart is most happy and free. So, today we are taking a short roadtrip to the beach for some sand, surf and Vietnamese Pork BBQ sandwich. Finding time for yourself and … Continue reading

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What’s Next For California?

For the past 5 days, Californians are seeing a unnatural phenomenon like they are in planet Mars. Eerie, creepy, apocalyptic are just some of the words that best describes it. In places where the wildfires are actually burning homes and … Continue reading

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The Sky Can Turn Blue After The Firestorms

Our extraordinary new normal just keep getting weirder, scarier just when we’re getting used to it. The sky is blue this morning. It’s no big deal for some because it is suppose to be blue but when the Sun is … Continue reading

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If We Could Fly, Cliff House, Lands End San Francisco

It was the year of Superblooms. I haven’t seen this part of San Francisco this magical. We walked along patches and patches of wildflowers. The cliffs were carpeted pink. It was a wonderland. Nature gave us a rare glimpse of … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Surge or Wave, First or Second, Does It Matter?

So much debates whether we are on a surge or a wave. Whether this is the second or a resurgence of the first of COVID-19 pandemic. Does it matter? All I see are scientific data of infection rates and deaths. … Continue reading

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Giant Lily of the Nile Superblooms in Summer

I thought I’ll never see it again, but there is was, patches of gigantic Lily of the Nile superblooms in mid Summer. I saw these rare superblooms few years ago at the peak of Spring when superblooms were magically sprouting … Continue reading

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Home With No Zip Code

Our home has walls that are made of adventure, it’s roof of freedom. Happiness are it’s interiors and its open concept space allows more room for love and kindness. Our home doesn’t have a door because it welcomes everyone that … Continue reading

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Hiking Happiness At Montara

Whether by the beach or overlooking from its mountains, Montara is our happy place. So, today I hope to give you the same happiness it gave me by taking you there on a hike. Happiness means more when we work … Continue reading

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Shark’s Fin Above Wildflowers

You don’t have to buy me things. Your love is more than enough. You don’t have to give me flowers. The excitement when you took me outdoors to see the wildflowers still has my heart racing. You don’t have to … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Is Winning

Fauci on his testimony said, “I still think there is a reasonably good chance that by the very beginning of 2021, that if we’re going to have a vaccine, that we will have it by then.” Between now and 2021, … Continue reading

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