If you know me, you would know that I love going to “hipster” places and I also absolutely love lobster. So it was a blessing in disguise when I came across Slapfish through my Yelp account.
Recently finished my IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal certification course and thought about sharing about that. Also stumbled upon Creamistry.
My two obsessions: backpacks and patches. I’ve always loved backpacks but I recently realized how easy it is to sew patches! New project? Add patches to backpack = new hiking backpack!
For Christmas, I bought Chris and myself tickets to see our favorite basketball team play live – the Boston Celtics! We lost but the experience was really great.
Throwing it back to when Chris and I checked out the local Renaissance Faire in the area. It was our first time going so we dressed up as pirates and enjoyed our day! Ahoy, mateys!
Chris and I aren’t too big on Valentine’s Day but we did go out to eat some lobster grilled cheese for lunch and saw a movie. I ranted about other things as well.
Little known fact: I’ve worked with the elderly diagnosed with dementia now. As I close this chapter of my life, I wanted to share my experiences and a few things I’ve learned in this journey.
Before heading out, Chris and I hiked to the top of Keys View. It’s one of JT’s more popular destinations and boasts a great view of the Coachella Valley and Salton Sea.
After years of falling in love with the National Park system, I caved in and bought an annual pass! This means that for $80/year, I get to step inside the country’s most magical places. First line of business – Joshua Tree National Park.