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Thursday, December 30, 2010

COVER YOUR PLANTS TONIGHT AND PRETEND YOU'RE IN NEW YORK

2010  THE YEAR OF VALLEY ADVENTURES

Winter has come to the San Fernando Valley. The weather person on tv says that it could get down to freezing in Woodland Hills tonight. When I took our new chocolate Labrador puppy outside to play this afternoon, the geese from Canada and the Pacific Northwest were honking up a five o'clock freeway on the 101. Sugared figs from Susan Ingham's garden, fat oranges await picking, - Our puppy's name is Molly Brown. Our lights went out last night for over an hour. We lighted our lives with candles and a portable tv somewhere hoping that the Lakers would get their act going again. Doing a sodoku (sp?) by candle light made me think about Ben Franklin - I actually solved the thing, or perhaps since I couldn't see it all that well,  it was just a belated Christmas wish. Iowa won in the last few seconds! Janne made pumpkin bread with real walnuts in it. I was forced to eat as much as possible to keep it from the fruit rats in the garden. With winter over the Rose Bowl and snow in the Sierra Madres, can Spring be far behind?  Jerry


Gary Fredburg gave this great sheet music to The Museum's Library of San Fernando Valley Entertainment Industry History -  2010.  Jack Oakie lived in Northridge, California

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