Showing posts from March 18, 2007


On this beautiful Spring day in San Diego, I was thrilled to have my first client session at TheHeartSpace! It feels good to be back at work and I am so excited about the new space. I spent several hours there this week beginning to "nest." There is still much to do and I have not quite settled on the class schedule.

I had hoped that my penultimate post would have evoked more reader response and a discussion ensue. Rather than wait much longer, I shall go ahead and let you know how the saga evolved:

On Monday, I took the purse back to Target and explained my story. At first, the customer service clerk was confused and tried to tell me she could not refund my money since it was not rung up as a sale. I was finally able to explain that I wanted to pay for the purse not return it. Here it is Friday, and well, I returned the purse...again. Somehow, I just felt it was weird to keep it. Yeah, I know, I probably spent more on time and gas for this little exercise. I am glad I re…

Pet Food Recall Info.

As a service from the Animal Kinship, here is a current listing of the foods/brands that have been fatal for many animals since December. Please ensure your pet's health and distribute to your friends.

Thank you.

By Gina Spadafori
Pet Columnist

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Menu Foods Pet Food Recall March 2007

Authored by: Phyllis DeGioia, Editor

A pet food recall has been initiated by Menu Foods of Ontario, Canada. For the most current information, see the manufacturer's recall website. Menu Foods sent out a press release stating announcing "the precautionary recall of a portion of the dog and cat food it manufactured between December 3, 2006 and March 6, 2007. The recall is limited to "cuts and gravy" style pet food in cans and pouches manufactured at two of the Fund's United States facilities. These products are both manufactured and sold under private-label and are

Far out

Thanks to Katherine McPhee, I now watch "American Idol" regularly. Oh well. I could have other worse vices I suppose. I don't do the Idol chat rooms but I do call and vote for my favoritesl and often a token vote or two for a couple of people that I feel really do their best even if I don't consdier them The Idol.

Tonight's show really made me smile as they contestants had to sing from the 60's British Invasion--my musical adolescence. It was a particular treat for me that the musical coaches this week were LuLu and Peter Noone. Lulu is as one contestant described, a real firecracker. She still looks and sounds great. However, my heart was pounding for my teen heart throb, Peter "Herman of the Hermits" Noone. OH, I had such a crush on him. The stories I could tell about crashing his hotel room when he came to L.A. for a tour. But I digress. A few years ago, Cyndy Ballenger took me to a Hermit's concert here in San Diego for my birthday. I wa…