It’s been some time since I’ve shared what I have been reading, so here it is. Udon Noodle Soup by Yan Hu – I loved it. I guess you could say it was the first graphic novel I’ve read. I loved the illustrations and the short stories. Some of them even made me teary-eyed. I came upon it at “A Shop Called Quest” in the Arts District of Downtown, Los Angeles. I’m glad I picked […]
Do you ever have one of those moments where you wish you could live over again? I guess everybody does. It’s part of human nature. A couple of weeks ago, I met up with my best friend from high school in San Diego to see one of our favorite bands in concert. Hearing the band sing songs that represent such an important time in my life and being there with my friend of almost thirty […]
San Diego Botanical Building, Balboa Park – 5/24/19
Well, we’re at a new week. Welcome to Sunday. How are you feeling today? I feel like I’m a mixed bag of feelings today: Sick, there is a cold in my near future. Ugh!! A little angry and disappointed in a person. Happy because I can hear the rain falling outside. Sunny Southern California has not been living up to its name lately. Cozy, what is better than staying in the house, under the blankets, […]
Enjoying these beautiful flowers on this Mother’s Day Sunday. Getting ready to ease into Monday. Monday’s are the worst. Enjoy your Sunday.
Last week I was browsing the internet and I came across a question that made me think and ponder. What are 15 things that are inspiring you right now? Huh, there are so many things that inspire me, can I nail it down to 15 items? To tell you the truth, it was kind of hard when I wrote out my list and let me tell you why. Earlier this year I attended an art […]
This was a slow moving Sunday. I took my time this morning. After I was rested and ready, I stopped by the Jackalope Indie Artisan Fair in Old Town Pasadena. Whoa is me. So many good treasures there. I specifically went to look for a vendor I purchased from last year. On my initial search, I saw this purse! I couldn’t let it stay there, the vendor pour favor said there were only two purses […]