The town I live in fits my spirit. It’s called Sunnyvale and doesn’t it just sound like a happy city?

It makes me think of sunshine and conjures up the feeling of a small old town, which it once was, filled with orchards and open space.

I like this place because it is a large, multicultural, caring community with great parks and a responsive and kind public safety team.

Today I was up early before sunrise to drop Juliana off for a field trip. I came home and went for a walk and watched the sunrise and watched our city come alive.


20140315-214128.jpgThese ducks were looking for breakfast in the park.

Love the look, feel and smell of lavender.

Good morning, sunshine!

Baseball opening ceremonies were today too and it couldn’t have been a more perfect day.


The youngest t-ball player threw the first pitch to the oldest player in the league. Can you see the ball in the air?

Let the games begin! I love this season and being out on the field with the kids and friends and beautiful weather.

After Charlie’s baseball ceremony, I headed over to the tennis courts to co-host our match. I love watching our team play almost as much as I love playing. It was 83 degrees and hot today, so I was thankful to be an observer and cheerleader. The ladies won and played some great tennis.

As I was leaving, I noticed this field next to the courts that I absolutely love. Check it out and you’ll see part of the reason why I love Sunnyvale…


And ending the day, here is the pink sky moon rise in Sunnyvale. Good night.

What do you love about the city you live in?

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