Three years ago today, I brought 8 weeks old Xena home from her foster home. I picked her because I was drawn to her shyness. Once I brought her home, I instantly fell in love with her sweet gentle soul. Since then we have been inseparable. She makes me laugh out loud every day with
I was surprised to see so many hikers near the trailhead because it looked like it would rain at any moment. Winter Hike #7: Palos Verdes, CA (Palos Verdes Nature Reserve) I am not a fan of hiking in the rain. Well, to be correct, I am not a fan of mud. I hoped it doesn’t
Xena was about 4 1/2 months old when I took her out for the first time on a trail for a short run. At first, she was confused. Then she thought we were playing a game. I jogged and she chased after me. During the entire first mile, she chased and tried to pounce on me.
Winter Hike #4: La Quinta, CA When I woke up around 7 am, the temperature was in 30’s and it was still very windy. Gusty at times. The day before, there was a winter storm warning in the high desert area. Winter storm? Where am I? This was the exact reason why I moved out