Monthly Archives: June 2015

United Airlines: Stop Bouncing People Out of Reserved Seats

Originally posted on Kellblog:
Dear United: Just when I thought you couldn’t get worse, you have managed to again perform well below expectations.  How? I now believe that you have a deliberate policy to bounce low-tier flyers from reserved Economy…

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Reflections on Recent Visitors

Last month my youngest sibling, my baby sister with whom I’m closest of all of my siblings, spent a week with us. We had so much fun — riding bikes, scampering from wine-tasting to wine-tasting up and down the Napa … Continue reading

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Observations on Bike Riders

Observations on Bike Riders.

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Observations on Bike Riders

So tonight our usual group had other plans — a couple were riding the Eastern Sierra, others were watching the Golden State Warriors trounce the Cleveland Cavaliers (go Dubs!), so a motley group showed up at the shop. Right away … Continue reading

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Monday, Monday

So the predicted temps were 100+. Yesterday we saw that, only they weren’t predicted. Hot is hot is hot, so whatever, weatherpredictors/meteorologists. I believe what I see my Outback’s temperature recording. This morning, early, The Mister & I agreed on … Continue reading

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Patio Time = Time to Reflect

Saturday wasn’t special, as it began. Our dogs have no respect for weekends, holidays, or lazy days. They begin campaigning in their not-so-subtle ways about 5 a.m. Whoever wakes first and pets them to keep their whining at a minimum … Continue reading

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What A Difference A Day Makes

Twenty-four little hours. Last Friday our friends’  D & R friend of 40 years passed unexpectedly. Her husband, E, came home and found her in bed, gone. He, as a trained first responder, administered CPR, but the paramedics that came contacted the … Continue reading

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