Sunday, May 19, 2013
I would definitely like to continue training and races for our group. It is wonderful that they feel accomplished and proud of themselves. Alzheimer's Aid Society 5K in July or Race for the Arts in August may be good races to do. Please email us at email@example.com. We will keep you posted about our activities and upcoming events.
Jenn, thank you for the article. Casey thank you for your encouragement. Well, I actually hope you all will like the wine because it is so flavorful. Try it first and tell me what you think! You may discover something so unexpectedly wonderful.
Dominic, the master winemaker, I hope to have you in town sometime soon when you find time in your busy schedule. You make such amazing wines.
Beautiful work Lorena. The door and window in the backyard? Very creative!
I agree with you too. I grew up in places where public transportation (plus bicycle) is so common. I went to school and commuted to work by trains and buses or I rode a bike. I like taking a bus or train because I can read, work or take a nap, things I cannot do while driving. I also thought it interesting to observe people. Angela, your article makes me think about exploring more about the Sacramento's RT. I have not used much but I always had a good experience when I used a bus or Light Rail. Except that many people seem to pity me when I use RT. I have had these responses, "Oh no, do you have to take a bus? Ask someone to drive you." or "Are you going to be really okay?", as if I were entering some dangerous world. Bu I do hope that the transit system will improve in the future. Sometimes, it takes too much time to travel by RT.
Ben, is there any progress on this?
Paul and Lorena, thank you for your encouragement. I hope you will join us sometime.
Thank you. We are planning to have team t-shirts with the team name "Back on Track" printed thanks to Fleet Feet. Look for Team Back on Track and meet us at the race!
It seems there are other places the County can cut budgest instead of cutting services to the weakest, who have nowhere else to go. I do not understand their decision making process.
Do you know why he is scared of the county mental health clinic?
You can find recordings of Goldberg Variations by different pianists on YouTube too.
Thank you for sharing the upcoming concert information!
Thank you, Jonathan. Yes, Mondavi Center has wonderful performances. I studied piano for a long time but nowadays, I mostly enjoy listening to music and going to theatres.
Nice article! What I like about the Taylor's Kitchen is that it is so welcoming, like an extended communal kitchen that it is easy to strike a conversation with strangers and staff. This article delivers the atmosphere. Their food is simple yet well prepared, somewhat Mediterranean influenced Californian/American, I would say.
I have ridden with Critical Mass in Chicago a few times. With cheerful group of cyclists, a few hundreds of them, motorists were usually friendly to us. I have seen only one or two angry drivers. Usually drivers stop, show a surprised look, laugh, and wave us. Our happy and uplifting mood was contagious. There were usually police at the start and some major intersections and I felt that they were protecting both cyclists and motorists. I haven't seen police harassing cyclists when I rode. It sounds like a different story in Sacramento. But now that I learned about the CM in Sacramento, I am excited to join the next ride!
It is sad to see an independent coffee shop go away but it is also true that thriving small coffee shops offer something Starbucks or any large players can't offer. I have seen many successful coffee shops while located near Starbucks. That could be comfortable sitting space (chairs and sofas), location, menu and quality of coffee, drinks and food, inviting ambiance, music, events, etc. I feel the location was problem for Sargent's. While it was on busy Alhambra Street, facing a major road made the shop a little less inviting unless it aims to be a quick to-go type of shop. Being in a strip mall made it less charming while inside was quite nice and friendly. They had great coffee too. People might not just have felt that would be a place to meet friends or work over coffee. I hope they will open a shop again, perhaps on R and 27th! I would love more local and distinctive coffee shops in Sacramento!
Nice article! Independent book stores like the Avid Reader are valuable to me compared with online shops especially when I choose books as gift. I want to see the book before giving it to someone! It is also nice to have a local book shop with excellent selection, distinct character and inviting atmosphere.
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