Fleeing the fire, catching the flu

We drove for seven days across the country from Pennsylvania to San Francisco back in September, to change our lives once again. Our cat, Bjorn wailed and cried the entire time. Yes, he was medicated, but he fought through it, and eventually, I cried. Our other cat, Amira, was a saint the entire time (she... Continue Reading →

Run. Wine. Repeat.

It is 8:15 in the morning and I am already a sweaty mess. My heart rate is lingering in the 150's, but I know in just a few minutes it will hit 160. Yahoo weather claims the humidity is only 36% but this can't be possible. I feel like I am breathing into a thick... Continue Reading →

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