Passing Time in Pasadena

We had some errands to run in Pasadena this morning, so we brought Julius along for a walk…

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…he strutted around, pulling, like he knew the ‘hood.

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Stopped at Great Harvest, of course.

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It was already noon + we have early dinner plans, so I just noshed on bread samples…

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…Cinnamon Chip and a piece of Lemon Berry Muffin…

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…plus a few bites of Abe’s veggie sandwich…

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…cucumbers, peppers, tomato, red onion, lettuce with red pepper spread on Dakota Bread:

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Julius was eager for us to finish and continue exploring…

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…but then he wimped out upon hearing some strange noises…

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…there was a Family Fair going on over the wall…

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…he did not like hearing little girls’ high pitched screams!

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Speaking of “The Wall,” the Pink Floyd’s “Nobody Home” together an hour and 3 minutes in…but if you feel like watching more, I show up around the 14-minute mark and stay through the end.

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11 thoughts on “Passing Time in Pasadena

  1. Lisa

    My Mickey does the same thing! He’s scared of all the shrieks that comes from the children. He immediately stops and starts heading back home. : P

    The veggie sandwich looks delicious!

  2. Lindsay

    Poor pup! And I can’t wait to watch the video later, sounds like a very cool project. I just saw the Vmogs here in Seoul this past weekend, it was an inspiring project as well…oh how art can move us;)

  3. Kari

    The Nakamurathon was awesome. You’re an amazing performer! And Goh too, of course 🙂

  4. Floey

    I love walking around that area in Pasadena. The library near there was always my favorite growing up 🙂

  5. Liliana

    Beautiful place Pasadena!!! I knew you were a fantastic actress but now I`ve just discovered a talented singer too, great!!!

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