Statistics and crime map…
Aug 01 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Jul 31 Published in local color by Chris | Comment (0)
Welcome summer visitors! By now, some members of your family have run away to follow the band, others are in traction from the awesome G forces imparted by the Cave Train, and still others are walking on the ceiling of the Mystery Spot.
Fear not, there's still plenty of fun to be had, on wheels!
Santa Cruz is a bike (and scooter, who knew!) heaven. Yes,
Jul 31 Published in Untagged by PuffinGal | Comment (0)
Often it feels like all news is bad news. In the spirit of happy and positive things in the world, I share with you the cutest picture I've seen this week:
CANEY, Kansas (AP) -- Oh, my! Three tiger cubs at a Kansas zoo are getting some maternal care from an unlikely source -- Isabella the golden retriever.
Jul 30 Published in Untagged by kathcartRN | Comment (0)
I have till November...
I started studying for this test a few days ago, but today, I just had to rearrange my guest room and make it into a Guest Room/Sewing Room. That means I will have to clean my uniforms and clothing I cannot wear anymore, (but cannot bear to part with), out that closet so I can store all my fabric, yarn and other fabric goodies.
Jul 30 Published in Little Stories by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
I was doing some spring cleaning, going through a bunch of old schoolwork in my kid's room. In a typical homework session for the first grade, the final assignment was to write one sentence about elephants—in the zoo, at the circus, whatever. I flipped to the last section, where she had neatly printed her sentence,
“I have nothing to say about
Jul 29 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
This is a subtle truth:
Jul 29 Published in Travel by Wordsmith | Comment (0)
I was just in Bakersfield visiting relatives and I realized that there is something about Santa Cruz that I may have taken for granted but just grew to appreciate more once I had returned...air. Yes, there's air down there, too, but it's filled with smog, and is hot, humid, and gets into your lungs, and nowhere near an ocean to blow it all away.
This is a
Jul 28 Published in Poems by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Recipe for Happiness Khaborovsk or Anyplace
by Lawrence Ferlinghetti:
One grand boulevard with trees
with one grand cafe in sun
with strong black coffee in very small cups.
One not necessarily very beautiful
man or woman who loves you.
Jul 27 Published in Untagged by Massivesoundinternational | Comment (0)
Hi,has anyone been fishing up at loch lomand? just wondering.
have a good week peeps!
Rabbitt stew coats fodder etc...hehehe hmm did they eat all them? naw there were a few left when land-ho was finnally well they unloaded from that ark fast!
Jul 27 Published in Untagged by kathcartRN | Comment (4)
Okay, I've been in oncology nursing for 5 years, maybe more, as my rotation focus in nursing school was oncology. myself and two coworkers have decided to become OCN certified, thus advancing our practice.
I'm beginning my study with Comfort of the Cancer pain, sub-catagory is Pain. I have looked all over (books, the web, palm resources) for a definition
Jul 27 Published in Jokes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Several centuries ago, the Pope decreed that all the Jews had to convert to Catholicism or leave Italy. There was a huge outcry from the Jewish community, so the Pope offered a deal. He would have a religious debate with the leader of the Jewish community. If the Jews won, they could stay in Italy; if the Pope won, they would have to convert or leave. The
Jul 26 Published in Little Stories by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
At 7:30 this morning, I walked in to Coffeetopia on Mission Street for my daily cup o' joe. When I got to the counter, the big urn had just run out. "Just a minute" said my favorite barrista, deftly popping on a fresh batch in it's stainless steel container on the hot plate.
I meandered over to the condiments bar - this time the half & half was out.
Jul 25 Published in local color by Chris | Comment (0)
No matter what you may have heard from certain people in southern California, Santa Cruz is the one and only Surf City, and any other city which claims the title has compensation issues which we need not discuss here, suffice to say they are wrong.
Here's a video of a couple of typical Santa Cruz locals out to enjoy the
Jul 25 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Floating out here
to push the tide
to carry me
Jul 24 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
I am a sexual, creative, divine being.
My first chakra houses the power to fuel my spiritual evolution.
I embrace the delicious passion and limitless desire as a means
to hurl my intentions fully in the direction of my highest calling.
My full sexual expression puts me in touch with my purest self, reveling in the pleasure of my well-deserved satisfaction,
Jul 22 Published in Poems by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Yet even now a master waits your word
A power within which by your voice is stirred
To lift the weight of doubt, drive out the pain
Of throbbing drums that beat upon your brain-
The old regrets and stifled memories,
Suppressed emotions and uncertainties;
It bids confusion and all fear begone
That you may rest in peace until the dawn.
Jul 22 Published in Untagged by Massivesoundinternational | Comment (1)
how is this potty theft crime going to be solved before an accident could happen...happy tuesday
Jul 21 Published in Astrology by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Sign of the Performer
Fire Image: A Volcano
Relates to the Sun & The Fifth House
Soul Purpose: To express myself creatively
and be appreciated by others
Key Phrase: “I Show”
Collages for recycled altoid boxes
Jul 21 Published in music, local color by Chris | Comment (1)
Welcome summer visitors!
It isn't all seaside attractions and dental mishaps here in beautiful Santa Cruz County. No, sometimes we take time to cease our toils and enjoy the wholesome pleasure of music.
What better way to do this than to attend the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music July 27 through August 10?
The August 2 concert looks especially