Too cold. Too hot. A weird weather week. And food. Lot’s of food. Oh cute cats, too.
Weird week. It rained. Yes, in July. I did a photo lineup trying to identify the cretin who robbed our HOA. Don’t think I was successful. Got a new haircut and continued the Puck duties.
Holiday weekend seemed like a good excuse to relapse into the vlog. Rich and I spent the 4th at home in traditional San Francisco style—foggy and cold. Took on Puck duty. Cooked a lot. Then caught up with long-time pal Vince and got to know his boyfriend Scott over a boozy Sunday brunch.
Got behind on editing so I’m combining most of June into a single video. Highlights include a lunch with the very cute Justin, summer classes start, a robbery at our complex, and a bad lunch plus tacky car on the peninsula.
Took a long weekend and went to see my family in San Antonio. Back-to-back pleasant flights on United. Maybe the merger issues are in the past finally. Once back in San Francisco, I tried to get back into the swing of daily (more or less) recording. Feeling pretty good considering, a rough day or two along the way notwithstanding.
My kind of awkward explanation of what’s been going on the past few weeks and why I’m very thankful I got an Apple Watch.
A few random clips from the week before something big happened. But more about that next time.
My temporary bachelor act continued the first part of the week. But Rich got back on Friday and everything started to feel normal again. We celebrated his return and Matt’s new job with some bubbly. Then took a day trip to Sonoma and saw a real redheaded woodpecker in nature. My first time. And as if the weekend couldn’t get any better, I got to go return hangers at Ikea. Yes, I do lead the glamorous life.
Have been a bit off recently so got a bit behind with the editing. Decided to just combine the past two weeks. I started off sick. Weird virus that made me tired and left behind migraine-like headaches. The Apple Watches arrived so you get my silly pronouncements. And Rich left for 10 days on the east coast. As you can see, I don’t do well alone.