Fresh Cut Flowers – For the Week of September 21, 2015

Top Speed: 87 miles per hour, U.S. 101, headed south towards Santa Barbara

Fail: Bought a SuperLotto and a PowerBall quick pick and didn’t get even a single number on either draw

Spotify: My “Trippin’ ‘Round Spotify” playlist is so epic, we listened to it all the way from Marin to Santa Ynez and back without skipping a single song, and, only one song came up twice!

Activity: Managed to squeeze in one six-mile run all week long

Most Hedonistic Moment: There were so many; a crazy beautiful sunset on the deck with wine, a fab dinner in San Francisco, but the MOST hedonistic? Oh, the drive home. Can I just mention that I am an awesome driver and quite the multi-tasker.

Photos: 285

Selfies: 9

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LOL: The story of artisanal drinks the great tomato famine of San Francisco recounted – a story for another day

SOL (Sung Out Loud): Lots and lots at the Death Cab for Cutie concert at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Dance Happens: We had great seats for the concert, which made dancing difficult, but, to the degree possible, was achieved from upon my ass

Kudos: Santa Barbara Soaring for a great glider experience

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Wine (WOW or Something Special):

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Food:

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Tales: My daughter has beautiful hair. It is not like mine in any way. I have pretty hair, on occasion, but with effort. She has truly beautiful hair. She has “model hair”. It is thick and luxuriant, radiant and silky. Her hair has forty-five different shades in it; sultry brown, glistening gold, warm honey, subtle red, auburn, sienna, platinum blond. Her hair looks like strands of silk that got dipped into a 64 count box of melted Crayola crayons, in the earth tone and sunlight section. She has worn her hair long for many years, it is like a satin sheet of intricately woven, exotically dyed, silken threads. It is straight, but not without subtle curves and waves. It moves, if not like opulent fabric, then like the waves of the ocean. I have hair envy. Of my own daughter.

That she is folically gifted is one thing, but she is also freakishly adept at styling her tresses. (Read more).

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