Good 34º-should-be-sunny-day-but-very-very-foggy-right-now morning. Got a few drops of rain yesterday. Never really warmed up. Maybe hit 50º for 5 minutes when the sun came out of hiding.
I love the way the clouds drift through the trees....
Kristen, Alex, and Jack went to the Rose Parade. Got a good spot at Sierra Madre and Walnut. Enjoyed the day...
Dinner at Johnny Rocket's afterwards.
I went into town and dropped some stuff off at Brian's office.
Then picked up a sandwich,chips,and cookies at Subway next door to B's office. Stopped by Bill and Jeannie's to see Chaka Kune and give her a treat.... and get kisses!!! Slurp..
....admired their view...
....had a glass of wine with Jeannie and chatted for a few... Billy ensconced in football. (Yeah Ducks!)
I just love their shiny chrome "hemmets" !
Great game. Beautiful day in Pasadena.
On the way home there was more red lights on the road. This time only a fire truck...
Came home, started a fire in the wood stove, poured a wine, ate sandwich, Harley took over my chair, Maggs napped on the floor...
Now these sound good and EASY! Gonna make some this morning and will let you know.
1 can (7.5 oz) Pillsbury® refrigerated tender layer biscuits
maple-flavored or real maple syrup
Peanut butter or your favorite jam, if desired
Spray waffle maker with cooking spray. Heat waffle maker.
Separate dough into 10 biscuits.
Place up to 4 biscuits at a time on waffle maker.
Close lid of waffle maker; cook 1 to 2 minutes or until light golden brown.
Serve immediately with remaining ingredients.
Waffles can be wrapped and frozen up to 1 month. To serve, toast in toaster until thoroughly heated.
For a fresh start to the day, serve waffles topped with strawberries, raspberries and blueberries.
Historically this date...
And births this date include....
1909 - Jack Dixon, our old neighbor and friend from Persimmon Avenue in Temple City (d. 2005)
For those of you who lived on Persimmon... here's Jack's house ... across the street from ours....
Former US Marine, battlefield commission, wounded, and decorated.
Here is a great site:
http://palletmastersworkshop.com/flipside.html where you will find those famous-among-us who have served in our military or supported troops by entertaining them. I LOVE this site!
1930 – Robert Loggia, American actor
So pretty then the plastic doc changed it all.
All I know. Nuff said. Ciao.
Chocolate Covered Cherry Day