All dogs are special – but our black lab Guinness was really special.
He came to us via a breeder in the UK. He was 3 years old at the time and he had had some medical issues that we never got all the background on.
For the past 10 years he has been an integral part of our family and was strongly bonded to Beverly. He traveled with us to Utah, to Oregon, and loved going to Mavericks (a beach near where we live). Like all Labs he loved to eat, sleep, go for walks, then eat some more.
Unfortunately old age, and maybe some of his preexisting conditions, caught up with him. Guinness’ last day was March 11. He will be missed beyond words.
A Flickr Album of Guinness photos
Hi, my name is Jess and I am a little OCD (what do you mean everyone doesn’t count the stairs as they go up/down) but by owning it I conquer it.
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Are the Store coupons refurbished?
Or are they coupons for the Refurbished Store?
Great New Yorker article on the magic of 73 – the record number of wins for the Golden State Warriors this season.
Based upon the input from Sheldon, this may be my new favorite number . . . nope, still is 42.
If you are going to give a false name, probably should make sure it does not already have a warrant out on it.
Warrant Arrest – Misdemeanor
An officer conducted a vehicle enforcement stop in the area of El Camino Real and Kiely Blvd. He contacted the driver who provided him with a false name. The false name came back with a warrant hit. The driver was removed from the vehicle and arrested. When the driver realized her attempt to hide her true identity may land her in jail, she confessed and told the officer her real name. Unfortunately for the driver, she also had two outstanding warrants. She was arrested for the warrants and for providing false information to a police officer.
Case Number: 16-3470
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 – Weapons – Location: 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way
Security at Levi’s Stadium contacted Public Safety Dispatchers after a male subject attempted to enter the facility with a three foot samurai sword and requested to speak with stadium management. The blade of the sword was sheathed and the subject did not make any threats. The subject refused to put the sword down. After a brief struggle, the subject was transported to a local hospital for a medical evaluation.
Time: 1018 Case Number: 16-2582
For the past several months Connor has been one of the staff photographers shooting Bay Area sports for The Sports Journal. He has shot the SF Giants, the SJ Sharks, and the SJ Earthquakes.
The Sports Journal is primarily web based, but they do publish a physical magazine. In the October 2015 issue an article titled ‘Drafting a Dynasty’ about the SF Giants included one of Connor’s photos !!. The pdf of the magazine is here, His photo is on page 57 of the magazine (or page 29 of the PDF).
I could not find a permanent link to the specific issue, so if the Oct issue is no longer available on-line, drop me a line and I can send you the PDF.
Way to go Connor !! Hope this leads to more awesome photo opportunities.