The leaves are turning, pumpkin scent is everywhere, the kitchens are busy, and families begin to gather. It is the time to pause for gratitude. This year we are especially grateful for family traditions. Family traditions build cohesiveness through the generations, encourage interaction between the young and the old, build identity, grow understanding, trust and... Continue Reading →
Rejoice, It’s a New Decade!
We’ve been gone a while. I think we owe you an explanation. In November 2018 I released a blog talking about finding our personal wonderlands. In 2019 I was challenged to listen to my own words. Love Clings To Me The move from our beloved Manhattan to a quiet neighborhood in Texas was more... Continue Reading →
Coney Island on the 4th of July
It seemed like a New York tradition, so we boarded a train to Coney Island to celebrate the 4th of July. We found Nathan's Original Hotdog stand where they were preparing for the annual Hotdog eating contest. We didn't actually see any of the contestants, so we ate some hotdogs ourselves, just to join in... Continue Reading →
Once Upon a Springtime
The Snow Queen has locked Dagny, the flower breathing dragon in the dungeon and trapped Princess Spring in her quarters to rule all four seasons. Sir, Dillon, the knight in shining armor, riding his trusty green steed comes, to the rescue to release Dagny and melt the snow so Spring Princess can rule her season.... Continue Reading →
This week we celebrated National Puppy Day. Our plan was to celebrate it by hiking over to Saks and checking out their adoptables in the famous Saks windows. We made it as far as 6th Ave and ran into a parade. Like a dog spotting a squirrel we were off on a new adventure and... Continue Reading →
Dragons and Dogs – 从唐人街新年快乐
Celebrating Dragons and Dogs
It Was a Very Good Year.
Tradition requires this to be a day of reflection and for looking forward. On the last day of 2016 we lost Quah, our dog of 16 years. She was the kindest, gentlest, best looking dog we have ever owned. She was a mutt like us, and she was always an important member of the family.... Continue Reading →
We’ve Just One More Christmas Wish…
Greeting cards have all been sent.. The Christmas rush is through. But we still have a wish to send, A special one for you... Holidays are joyful, There's always something new But everyday is a holiday When we hear from you. We wish you Merry Christmas, We are apart it is true... But we can... Continue Reading →
Photo Essay: Christmas Window Shopping in New York
Just some Christmas spirit... Holiday window dressings from 5th Avenue to Macys on 34th street, and a song by Brian Wilson. The Christmas spirit grows with each new day And it’s so close but seems so far away And yet it comes only once a year And before you know it it's already here Everybody... Continue Reading →